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This paper presents a calculation model for road traffic annoyance based on traffic flow counting, road traffic noise emission measures and public surveys held in the urban area of inner Budapest, Hungary. Based on the research results a new model for the rate of highly annoyed of road traffic noise annoyance was determined, the subjective response of a person to road traffic noise emissions. Exposure to high road traffic noise may deteriorate everyday life and human well-being especially in urban areas with high traffic flow. With the model developed the rate of high annoyance can be predicted for urban traffic circumstances, for a given noise level. This prediction may help authorities to decide whether a road traffic noise complaint is justified or not and whether further measurements are necessary.

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