Good vibrations: Waking up to noise pollution’s threats, Canada’s cities and transit agencies look f
David Bosworth, his wife and 10-year-old son have seen steadily increasing train traffic on the tracks in their Upper Beaches neighbourhood, and the noise has kept them from a peaceful night's sleep. Christopher Katsarov/The Globe and Mail
When the commuter trains pass by David Bosworth’s home in Toronto’s Upper Beaches, conversations abruptly stop with no explanation or apology, only to continue when the rail cars finish their route through the neighbourhood. Read the full Globe and Mail article!