How the sonic highway will help you sleep and recover

In 2018, the UK government approved a sonic highway.

The new scheme will be able to detect sonic vibrations travelling at the speed of sound, allowing people to go to bed at night.

It will also reduce the risk of hearing loss, according to a BBC News report. 

In the UK, the project was started in response to the sudden increase in people travelling on public transport, with the Government having to make significant funding cuts to make it operational.

A sonic highway is a small enclosed space where sound can travel at around 1,000 kilometres per hour.

It is meant to be used for people with conditions that are particularly hard on hearing.

The project will allow people to sleep and get back to their lives if they experience any sonic interference.

If a person has to use a toilet, the sound will be stopped, so that they can urinate and defecate normally.

It could be used as a safe place for people who have a high risk of developing hearing loss to recover.

In an article in the Times of London newspaper, Professor Ian Bannister, of the University of Exeter, said the project would be a “game changer” for the UK.

“The sonic highway has the potential to be a major contributor to a safe and secure future for people’s lives, and we are delighted to be able play a role in helping to ensure this happens,” he said.

“As a leading UK medical academic, I see this as an extremely important opportunity for the project, both in terms of helping to understand how the acoustic barrier works and as an opportunity to work with the government and others in the health sector to develop a sound barrier to ensure that people are able to recover.”

In January, the Government announced that it would be increasing funding for the new project by a further £1 billion, bringing the total to £10 billion. 

The sonic road will be constructed over an area of 30km (19 miles), and is estimated to cost £20 million ($25 million).

The Government said that a sonic barrier will “enable people to recover from the impact of a sonic storm”. 

The project is due to be finished in 2021.”

This project will deliver the best possible soundscape for those travelling on the public transport network.” 

The project is due to be finished in 2021.