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Noise complaints slow down Brisbane’s KittyCat ferries

But in the two weeks since the KittyCats began operating on November 15, the council had received 70 complaints about excess ferry noise from the faster, more agile vessels.

“Council acknowledged these concerns were legitimate and began working with the operator to investigate what could be done to reduce the noise and, in the interim, applied a speed reduction to the vessels,” Cr Murphy said.

“Since this has been done, complaints drastically dropped with just 16 complaints received between…

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