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Project Update Regional Aviation Strategic Plan. Airport Advisory Committee. October 8, 2009. RASP Origin and Purpose. State Senate Bill 10 (SB 10) requires multimodal planning be conducted and coordinated in San Diego County by the Authority and SANDAG. California Senate Bill 10

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Project UpdateRegional Aviation Strategic Plan

Airport Advisory Committee

October 8, 2009

rasp origin and purpose
RASP Origin and Purpose

State Senate Bill 10 (SB 10) requires multimodal planning be conducted and coordinated in San Diego County by the Authority and SANDAG

California Senate Bill 10

Promote long-range planning

Enhance regional cooperation

Ensure consistency between Authority and SANDAG decisions

RASP

Regional Aviation Strategic Plan

SDCRAA (Authority)

RTP

Regional Transportation Plan

2011 Update

AMAP

Airport Multimodal Access Plan

SANDAG

rasp overview
RASP Overview

3-Phase Work Plan Culminating in Summer 2010

Phase I

Data Gathering and Model Development

Phase 2

Evaluation of Concepts and Strategies

Phase 3

Regional Aviation Strategic Plan

March – Dec 2009

Fall 2009 – Spring 2010

Spring – Summer 2010

Stakeholder and public outreach

Task-specific documentation and deliverables

The RASP is on schedule for completion in 2010

specific rasp objectives
Specific RASP Objectives

Identify long range air transportation needs

Confirm airport roles and determine opportunities and constraints

Developing strategies to maximize existing and planned assets

Establish a flexible plan to meet demand

Assess the impact of improved airport surface connections

Improve the Performance of the Regional Airport System

Strategic

Assessment/

SWOT Analysis

System

Scenarios

(Alternatives)

Regional

Demand

Model

RASP

Findings

airports in san diego county
Airports in San Diego County

12 Public Use Airports Located in a Densely Populated and Developed Region

Notes: Tijuana International Airport not located in San Diego County.

Military facilities are excluded from the RASP.

strategic assessment findings
Strategic Assessment Findings

San Diego County Includes Numerous “Constraints” Affecting Aviation Activity

  • Most airports are GA facilities with expansion constraints
  • Airports with land available not located near the population or economic base
  • Only three airports are located near the demand base and/or have facilities that may be considered for additional uses/opportunities
    • McClellan-Palomar requires a 1,000-ft runway extension
    • Gillespie has geographic and environmental constraints to development
    • Brown Field has terrain issues as well as stakeholder and community concerns
strategic assessment findings1
Strategic Assessment Findings

Airports That Should be Considered For Additional Uses/Opportunities

Note: Tijuana International Airport not located in San Diego County.

strategic assessment findings2
Strategic Assessment Findings

Airports That May be Considered For Additional Uses/Opportunities

Note: Tijuana International Airport not located in San Diego County.

strategic assessment findings3
Strategic Assessment Findings

Airports That Should Not be Considered For Additional Uses/Opportunities

Note: Tijuana International Airport not located in San Diego County.

forecast and demand capacity findings
Forecast and Demand / Capacity Findings

SDIA is the only airport capable of accommodating the full range of commercial activity

Demand will exceed SDIA’s capacity around 2025

Unrestricted accommodation of demand at McClellan-Palomar is not possible

Total capacity of the general aviation airports exceeds demand

Upgrading an existing general aviation airport to accommodate commercial (passenger or cargo) service is challenging

Potential community and political opposition

Significant capital and operating costs

The County’s Overall Airport System Can Accommodate Demand, However . . .

system optimization toolkit
System Optimization “Toolkit”

Measures or Actions That Can Enhance Capacity or Optimize the Airport System

  • Changes in airport capability and/or capacity
    • Runway extension or upgrade
    • Terminal, GA, or cargo facility development
  • Changes in markets served (facilities / policies to accommodate commercial activity)
  • Federal, state and/or local initiatives
    • Congestion management or slot controls
    • Inducing traffic to other airports
  • Changes to surface infrastructure
    • Improve airport access
    • Improve transit services
    • Remote terminals / “HOV” lanes
preliminary optimization scenarios
Preliminary Optimization Scenarios

Combinations of “Toolkit” Measures For Further Consideration

  • Commercial passenger optimization scenarios
    • Lindbergh-focused – Maximum build-out of SDIA for air carrier service
    • Maximum utilization of other commercial service capable airport(s)
    • Maximum utilization of other system airports
    • Increased utilization of Tijuana
  • General aviation and air cargo optimization scenarios
  • Surface and High Speed Rail optimization scenarios

Stations at LA Union Station and downtown San Diego

Stations at LA Union Station and SDIA

Passes LAX

Stations at LAX and SDIA

Stations at LAX and downtown San Diego

Into LAX

Into SDIA

Into downtownSan Diego

subcommittee report
Subcommittee Report
  • Preliminary conclusions
    • While there are some opportunities for improvements, there are no easy answers
    • There is a relatively small number of airports that have a realistic opportunity to play a larger role in the airport system
    • The RASP will identify recommendations, but it is up to the individual airport sponsors to decide whether or not to implement them
  • Subcommittee meetings
    • Meeting #3 September 10
    • Meeting #4 December 10
  • Additional RASP information
    • www.sdrasp.com
    • www.san.org