Monday, December 8, 2014

Airport Seeks Public Input on Development Plan Concepts

Four Preliminary Concepts Identified for Next Phase of Master Planning

The next phase of master planning at San Diego International Airport is under way, and the public is being asked to weigh in through a brief online survey.

The Airport Development Plan is designed to identify improvements that will enable the airport to meet demand through 2035, which is approximately when projected passenger activity levels will reach capacity for the airport’s single runway.

Airport staff and consultants have identified four potential concepts and are now seeking public input. Located on the airport’s website, an overview of the Airport Development Plan and the potential concepts are laid out in a short, comprehensive video. After viewing the video, those interested can follow the link to the survey and share their input.

The Airport Development Plan considers:
•       The future of Terminal 1
•       Redevelopment of the former Teledyne-Ryan property
•       SANDAG’s plans for future intermodal transportation facilities
•       Creation of new non-airline revenue opportunities

Following public input, staff and consultants will present a preferred alternative for the Airport Authority Board’s consideration.  After a preferred alternative is identified by the Board, a detailed environmental analysis will be conducted. It is expected that the entire process will conclude in spring 2017.

To watch the Airport Development Plan overview video and to provide input on the four potential concepts, visit:

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