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Billy Bishop Airport Noise Management Program Enhanced with Addition of Fourth Permanent Noise Monitor Terminal

As part of our commitment to managing noise generated by operations related to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, PortsToronto has installed a new Noise Monitoring Terminal (NMT) at 480 Queens Quay in the Kings Landing condominium building that was activated on Thursday, January 23, 2020.
 
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Noise Monitoring Terminal (NMT) pictured at 480 Queens Quay in the Kings Landing condominium building.
 
Noise Monitoring Terminals (NMTs) are the foundation of the airport’s noise monitoring system and provide ongoing noise-level data to the airport’s Noise Management Office. This data is then used in long-term noise mitigation planning and in responding to noise complaints from the surrounding community.
 
The noise data transmitted by the NMTs can be accessed through the airport’s free, publically-accessible WebTrak website – an Internet-based software service that enables individuals to locate and track aircraft on their computer or tablet screen and research information on the aircraft, including the aircraft type, the destination and point of departure.
 
The 2018 Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Master Plan included the recommendation to implement two additional permanent NMTs to enhance the airport’s noise monitoring system. The Airport Master Plan also included the recommendation to conduct a Ground Noise Study which is currently being undertaken by Billy Bishop Airport management in consultation with the Noise Management Sub-Committee, a sub-committee of the airport Community Liaison Committee (CLC).
 
The addition of the two permanent NMTs, the Ground Noise Study and all other capital improvements made at Billy Bishop Airport are financed entirely by PortsToronto through the passenger AIF (Airport Improvement Fee) which is mandated to be financially self-sufficient and receives no funding from any level of government.
 
Find more information in our community notice, here.
 
 

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Ice and Cold Water Emergency Response Training Exercise to Take Place on Toronto Islands February 14, 18 and 26

From approximately 7:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. on February 14, 18 and 26, 2020, the Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport Fire Department will conduct an ice and cold water rescue training session on the Toronto Islands. 

 

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Ship Channel Bridge Will Close to Vehicle and Marine Traffic Weekends of March 7 to 8 and 14 to 15

In order to accommodate necessary bridge-deck grating required to the Ship Channel Bridge, the bridge will be closed to both vehicle and marine traffic over the course of two weekends in March – March 7 to 8 and March 14 to 15, 2020.

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Billy Bishop Airport Noise Management Program Enhanced with Addition of Fourth Permanent Noise Monitor Terminal

As part of its commitment to managing noise generated by operations related to Billy Bishop Toronto City Airport, PortsToronto has installed a new Noise Monitoring Terminal (NMT) at 480 Queens Quay in the Kings Landing condominium building that was activated on Thursday, January 23, 2020.

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