Modelling the Effects of Airport Noise on Residential Housing Markets: A Case Study of Winnipeg International Airport

Modelling the Effects of Airport Noise on Residential Housing Markets: A Case Study of Winnipeg International Airport

This hedonic price study uncovers relationships with the number of events and the mean and variance of the loudness of the events. The results suggest models that include cumulative energy noise measures, such as the Noise Exposure Forecast, do not perform as well as models that use the number and loudness of aircraft noise incidents.

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