From 1 - 10 / 24
  • Categories  

    EMT bus line stops

  • Categories  

    Routes of the EMT bus lines

  • Categories  

    Palma entrances inventory. Fieldwork carried out between 01/06/2021 and 29/09/2021. Currently only available for internal use.

  • Categories  

    Healthy routes provided by the Department of Healt Service of Balearic government

  • Categories  

    Inventory pavements in the municipality of Palma

  • Categories  

    Asphalt layer in the municipality of Palma

  • Categories  

    Healthy routes provided by the Department of Infrastructures of Palma Town Hall

  • Categories  

    Lden of road traffic on the strategic noise map of Palma City Council. In 2008 Palma City Council drew up the first Strategic Noise Map. In 2015 this map was revised. Lden is defined as the day-evening-night noise index, which is the noise index associated with global annoyance, expressed in decibels (dB) and defined as the A-weighted long-term average sound level defined in the ISO 1996-2: 1987 standard, determined over all the day periods of a year, according to Royal Decree 1513/2005 of the BOE 301 of 17/12/2005.

  • Categories  

    Le of the railway traffic of the strategic noise map of Palma City Council. In 2008 Palma City Council drew up the first Strategic Noise Map. In 2015 this map was revised. Le or Levening is defined as the noise index associated with annoyance during the evening period, expressed in decibels (dB) and defined as the A-weighted long-term average sound level defined in the ISO 1996-2: 1987 standard, determined over all day periods of a year, according to Royal Decree 1513/2005 of the BOE 301 of 17/12/2005.

  • Categories  

    Ld of road traffic of the strategic noise map of Palma City Council. In 2008 Palma City Council drew up the first Strategic Noise Map. In 2015 this map was revised. Ld is defined as the daytime noise index, which is the noise index associated with annoyance during the day period, expressed in decibels (dB) and defined as the A-weighted long-term average sound level defined in the ISO 1996-2: 1987 standard, determined over all the day periods of a year, according to Royal Decree 1513/2005 of the BOE 301 of 17/12/2005.