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ACRP Project 02-97 Update to ACRP Airport Environmental Reports 11, 43, 147, and 160 trending idea

Research Field: Environment

Allocation: $650,000

Airports face significant and evolving environmental issues, and nearly one third of ACRP's research has been related to the topic. To ensure that ACRP's environmental products reflect changes in technology, regulations, and practice, the program undertook a systematic product review to identify those most in need of updating. Among those listed, the following products... more »

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ACRP Project 01-52 Championing the Airport System--Challenging the Paradigm

Research Field: Administration

Allocation: $690,000

U.S. airports provide safe and reliable facilities for aircraft operations and contribute significant benefits to the economy. Aviation demand continues to grow; technology continues to advance at an increasingly rapid pace; aging infrastructure needs to be replaced and upgraded; and new safety and security protocols need to be incorporated. Yet the funding mechanisms... more »

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ACRP Project 01-51 Enhancing DBE and ACDBE Participation at Airports trending idea Edited

Research Field: Administration

Allocation: $400,000

Airports have a desire to increase diversity among their concessionaires and other contractors, and U.S. DOT's Airport Concessions Disadvantaged Business Enterprise (ACDBE) regulations, as described in 49 CFR Part 23, require many airports to set ACDBE participation goals. Interstate certification regulations as described in 49 CFR Part 26.85 are designed to reduce... more »

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ACRP Project 01-50 Data Privacy Management Guidance for Airports Edited

Research Field: Administration

Allocation: $350,000

Airports are collecting and processing a large amount of data from travelers, including personal identification, medical records (e.g., COVID-19-related), and biometric information. In addition, airports need to comply with an increasing number of data protection and privacy regulations, and there is a risk of potential penalties stemming from noncompliance. An initial... more »

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