“The tunnel will take noise off the streets but add noise to the water, thus ruining the experience along the bay walk and
. Imagine the noise of the trucks as they climb the incline as they leave Bicentennial Park Watson Islandand move toward and past Bicentennial Parkand the . This elevated noise will travel over water and neighborhoods ore then the street noise now. Carnival Center
At the least, sound walls would have to be studied and installed if the tunnel was to go forward or the bay walk and
will be a flop as no one will want to experience the noise traveling over the open water. Bicentennial Park
I would be far better to create a tunnel cap over all of Watson Island instead of having a cover just over the portion of the new truck tunnel as it comes up out of the ground on the east end of Watson Island. That way
Watson Islandbecomes quiet and an elevated park can be created on top of the tunnel way, linking the north and south sides of .” Watson Island
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