City likely to approve wayside horns - KCBD NewsChannel 11 Lubbock

12/13/09

City likely to approve wayside horns

LUBBOCK, TX (KCBD) - For at least three years neighbors in the area of Guadalupe Park (near MSF & Avenue P) have demanded less noise.  City council is likely to spend $225,000 to get that done.  The city will buy Wayside Horns. 

These horns blow instead of the regular train horns.  It's just as loud at train track crossings.  But it's not as noisy in the rest of the neighborhood.  City council has the item up for discussion on Wednesday.

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