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available at http://www.hmmh.com. To access the report, follow the links to rail and transit noise, FTA guidance manual. Information is also available from the FTA at http://www.fta.dot.gov/office/planning/ep/subjarea/noisevibration.html, which includes a direct link to the spreadsheets to be used for the detailed analyses. REFERENCES Center for MicroComputing in Transportation (McTrans). 2000. "Traffic Noise Model." Available at http://mctrans.ce.ufl.edu/featured/trafficnoise. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 2004. Highway Traffic Noise Model, Version 2.5. Washington, DC: FHWA. Description found at http://www.trafficnoisemodel. org/Version_25.html. Federal Highway Administration (FHWA). 1992. Highway Traffic Noise. Washington, DC: Government Printing Office. Forkenbrock, David J., and Glen E. Weisbrod. 2001. Guidebook for Assessing the Social and Economic Effects of Transportation Projects. NCHRP Report 456, Section 9, "Traffic Noise," pp. 129-142. Transportation Research Board, National Research Council. Washington, DC: National Academy Press. Also available at http://trb.org/trb/publications/ nchrp/nchrp_rpt_456-a.pdf. 249