Obnoxiously loud car? A traffic camera might be listening


              Cars drive through Manhattan on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              People have dinner outdoor on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              Construction workers handle equipment on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              People walk next to a building under construction on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              People spend time in Times Square on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              People dine outdoors on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              A man plays a wind instrument inside Union Square station on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              People cross the street on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              Construction workers dispose material as a couple passes by on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
            
              A woman walks using her headphones on Tuesday, Jan. 17, 2023, in New York. After the relative quiet of the pandemic, New York City has come roaring back. Just listen: Jackhammers disrupt the peace and fleets of honking cars, trucks and buses again clog thoroughfares as millions of denizens return to the streets — their voices and clacking heels adding to the ear-splitting din. In one of the world's noisiest cities, the cacophony has returned louder than ever. (AP Photo/Andres Kudacki)
Obnoxiously loud car? A traffic camera might be listening