This plan was undertaken by the Arizona Department of Transportation Multimodal Planning Division Aeronautics Group to evaluate and recommend a terminal area layout to meet anticipated terminal area demands.
The initial step in the Master Plan Update for Tucson International Airport is the identification of a series of goals and objectives that will establish guidelines for the planning process. These goals and objectives reflect the input of the Tucson Airport Authority, the Long Range Planning Council, the Airport’s Planning Advisory Committee, and the Airport’s Consultants. The Goals and Objectives will ultimately form the framework for evaluating the recommended long-range development plan and ensuring that the on-going development of the airport is consistent with the airport’s overall strategic objectives.
This is the sixth update of the original Master Plan first drafted in 1974. While the Master Plan Update addresses traditional master planning elements, including updating the inventory, establishing future facility requirements and preparing an updated Airport Layout Plan, the study’s key focus areas relate to modernization of the airfield through strategic development, including relocation and expansion of the TIA’s parallel runway.
Over the past 15 years, the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport has been in a continual planning and development program, responding to the dynamic air travel market in the Phoenix metropolitan area. A study was done to develop a phased, revenue generating land use and ground transportation plan for an approximate 660 acre parcel, with an adjoining 31 acre privately-owned parcel, both located in the Northeast Area of the Airport. This report presents the analysis, findings, and recommendations in support of those objectives.
This update of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Master Plan has been undertaken to evaluate the airport's capabilities and role, to review forecasts of future aviation demand, and to plan for the timely development of new or expanded facilities that may be required to meet that demand. The ultimate goal of the master plan is to provide systematic guidelines for the airport's overall development, maintenance, and operation.
The purpose of the Phoenix-Mesa Gateway Airport Authority Strategic Business Plan is to develop a clear picture of the activities required during the planning period to fulfill our mission and meet our goals. This plan summarizes the short-term and long-term vision of the Airport Authority, identifies business factors that may affect the Airport, and identifies goals and strategies for achieving our mission.
An update to the 1998 Prescott Municipal Airport plan, to establish an understanding of future needs for users of the airport, in relation to Federal Aviation Administration and state of Arizona regulations and design standards.
Evaluates Pulliam Airport's capabilities and role, forecasts future aviation demand and plans for the timely development of new or expanded facilities to meet demand
The Aeronautics Group, part of ADOT's Multimodal Planning Division, develops the Five-Year Airport Capital Improvement Program (ACIP) to parallel the Federal Aviation Administration’s Airport Capital Improvement Program and the ADOT Highway's Program with the dual objective of maximizing the effective use of State dollars for airport development, while maximizing FAA funding for Arizona airports. This ACIP document is formatted into four sections: Program Overview; Airport Development Program by Fiscal Year; Alphabetical Listing of Projects by Sponsor Name; and a Summary of Project Totals by Fiscal Year. Although subprogram categories are not listed, the individual information is retained in the state's ...
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