privind Planul de acțiune pentru reducerea nivelului de zgomot in Municipiul Botoșani
In conformitate cu Legislația privind evaluarea și gestionarea zgomotului ambiant UAT-Municipiul Botoșani organizează in data de 03.09.2020, orele 14:00 dezbaterea publică privind REVIZUIREA HĂRȚILOR STRATEGICE ȘI A PLANURILOR DE ACȚIUNE PENTRU REDUCEREA ZGOMOTULUI AMBIENTAL IN MUNICIPIUL BOTOȘANI.
Hărțile și planurile de acțiune pentru reducerea zgomotului ambiental in municipiul Botoșani pot fi vizualizate la adresa https://www.facebook.com/primariabotosani/
In contextul pandemiei de Coronavirus și in vederea adoptării Planului de măsuri, dezbaterea publică se va desfășura sub forma unei videoconferințe on-line. Cei care doresc să participe la aceasta videoconferință vor transmite datele de contact și adresa de e-mail la adresa email@example.com cu cel puțin 10 zile inainte de 03.09.2020.
Plan Actiune FINAL Primaria Botosani 2020 (aici)
*Poster Plan Actiune Zgomot (aici)
*Harta Contururi 55-65 industrie_lzsn (aici)
*Harta Conflict Ln_rutier (aici)
*Harta Conflict Ln_rutier_DN (aici)
*Harta Conflict Ln_rutier_DN_PRINCIPAL_Sucevei (aici)
*Harta Conflict Ln_tramvai (aici)
*Harta Conflict_Lzsn_industrie (aici)
*Harta Conflict_Lzsn_rutier (aici)
*Harta Conflict_Lzsn_rutier_DN (aici)
*Harta Conflict Lzsn_rutier_DN_PRINCIPAL_Sucevei (aici)
*Harta Conflict_Lzsn_tramvai (aici)
*Harta Contururi_55-65_industrie_lzsn (aici)
*Harta contururi_55-65_rutier_lzsn (aici)
*Harta contururi_55-65_tramvai_lzsn (aici)
*Harta strategica zgomot_Ln_industrie (aici)
*Harta strategica zgomot_Ln_rutier (aici)
*Harta strategica zgomot_Ln_rutier_DN (aici)
HĂRȚI DE ZGOMOT
1.Harta strategica_Zgomot Rutier_Zi-seară-noapte (aici)
2.Harta strategica_Zgomot Rutier_Noapte (aici)
3.Harta strategica_Zgomot feroviar(Tramvai)_Zi-seară-noapte (aici)
4.Harta strategica_Zgomot feroviar(Tramvai)_Noapte (aici)
5Harta strategica_Zgomot feroviar(Tren)_Zi-seară-noapte (aici)
6.Harta strategica_Zgomot feroviar(Tren)_Noapte (aici)
7.Harta strategica_Zgomot Industrial_Zi-seară-noapte (aici)
8.Harta strategica_Zgomot Industrial_Noapte (aici)
9.Harta de conflict_Zgomot Rutier_Zi-seară-noapte (aici)
10.Harta de conflict_Zgomot Rutier_Noapte (aici)
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