Policy and Planning

This research topic area is very large in scope. It includes subtopics that cover the entire industry, such as strategic planning, and others that focus narrowly on specific planning aspects of individual airport systems or types of projects. The subtopics associated with policy and planning generally include physical infrastructure, economic development and fiscal management, planning, and public relations/communications.

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Policy and Planning

Air Passenger Values of Time and Qualitative Travel Attributes

The objective of the proposed research is to update and extend the estimated values of travel time savings determined in ACRP Project 03-19 and broaden the scope to include not only travel time savings but also other quantitative service attributes, such as walking distance, and the perceived values attributed by air passengers to improvements in qualitative levels of service, such as ride quality and comfort. One important ...more »

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Safe, Efficient, and Customer-Centric Processing of Departing Passengers and Checked Baggage.

Develop industry recommendations to safely and efficiently move most types of passengers and their baggage with minimum wait times or queueing standards at all departure decision points at the airport.

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Improving Airport Master Planning through Meaningful Stakeholder and Public Participation

A guidebook containing valuable information for airport managers and planners, including case studies and the identification of best practices to assist airport internal and external stakeholders in optimizing the usefulness of the master planning process, and ways in which said process can help airport managers articulate to the external public and stakeholders the need to solve challenges they face: - Stakeholder involvement ...more »

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