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Table 3 Population characteristics for each neighborhood, predicted noise, numbers of highly annoyed.

From: Spatial distribution of traffic induced noise exposures in a US city: an analytic tool for assessing the health impacts of urban planning decisions

Neighborhood Population (1,000s) Population per 100 m2 Noise level (dB Ldn) Highly annoyed (1,000s) Prevalence of highly annoyed Highly annoyed per 100 m2
Bayview/Hunter's Point 33 0.27 66 6 18% 0.05
Central West 100 0.56 63 13 13% 0.07
Chinatown 10 2.88 67 2 20% 0.54
Downtown/Civic Center 40 2.37 69 9 23% 0.55
Excelsior/Visitation Valley/Crocker/Outer Mission 98 0.78 64 15 15% 0.12
Financial District 4 0.21 68 1 25% 0.04
Glen Park/Bernal Heights 31 0.84 61 4 13% 0.10
Haight Ashbury 23 1.08 66 4 17% 0.19
Inner Mission 48 1.24 68 10 21% 0.25
Lakeshore 18 0.19 64 3 17% 0.03
Nob Hill/Russian Hill/Pacific Heights/Marina 82 1.23 67 16 20% 0.24
North Beach 12 0.68 65 2 17% 0.11
Northwest 85 0.53 63 12 14% 0.07
Potrero Hill 11 0.27 65 2 18% 0.04
South of Market 22 0.38 70 6 27% 0.10
Twin Peaks/Diamond Heights/Oceanview 58 0.51 62 7 12% 0.06
Upper Market/Noe Valley 51 0.98 64 8 16% 0.15
Western Addition 51 1.30 68 10 20% 0.26
All 775 0.64 65 128 17% 0.11