ACC/FAA Best Practices (PDF, 1.21 MB)
|Guide to the Best Practices for Environmental Impact Statement Management||7/2001||NA|
|Airport Capacity Profiles||7/2014|
|GAO Report: National Airspace System - Regional Airport Planning Could Help Address Congestion If Plans Were Integrated with FAA and Airport Decision Making (GAO-10-120)||12/2009|
|FACT3: Airport Capacity Needs in the National Airspace System, 2012-2030
Analysis of congested and delayed airports in 2020 and 2030. Coming in 2013. Airport Capacity Profiles Precursor publication to FACT3 on airport capacity estimates at 30 Core Airports.
|Coming in late 2013|
FACT2: Capacity Needs in the National Airspace System, 2007-2025 (PDF, 1.28 MB)
FACT1: Capacity Needs in the National Airspace System Report (PDF)
Analysis of Airport and Metropolitan Area Demand and Operational Capacity in the Future
|Statistical Extreme Value Analysis of the SFO Taxiway Centerline Deviations for 747 Aircraft (PDF)||2008|
|Statistical Extreme Value Analysis of JFK Taxiway Centerline Deviations for 747 Aircraft (PDF)||10/2003|
|Statistical Extreme Value Analysis of ANC Taxiway Centerline Deviations for 747 Aircraft (PDF)||10/2003|
|The Operational and Economic Effects of New Large Airplanes on United States Airports (PDF, 3.09 MB)||3/1998|
|Development of a Visual Aid to Indicate Temporary Runway Closure - DOT/FAA/CT-TN87/3 (PDF, 1.32 MB)||1/1987|
|Recycling, Reuse and Waste Reduction at Airports: A Synthesis Document, (PDF, 1.81 MB)
This document is a resource for airport sponsors contemplating airport recycling, reduction, and waste reuse programs to further their waste minimization initiatives. It includes lessons-learned and case studies from airports around the country that not only address best practices in recycling, but also in the areas of reuse and waste reduction via "green" procurement programs. It focuses on recycling programs to divert municipal solid waste (MSW) from the landfill but also discusses non-MSW waste streams and construction and demolition waste.
|Voluntary Airport Low Emission Program (VALE) Technical Report, Version 7.0 (PDF)
The goal of the VALE program is to help airports to improve air quality in conjunction with regional efforts to meet health-based national ambient air quality standards. Public agencies may convert vehicles and GSE to low-emission technology, which is powered by alternative fuels or clean conventional fuels. This report describes project planning, the application process, eligibility requirements (e.g., vehicle/equipment, fuel, ownership), program vehicle low-emission standards, emissions calculation methodology, cost effectiveness criteria, project tracking, etc.
|Final Report for the Inherently Low Emission Airport Vehicle (ILEAV) Pilot Program (PDF, 1.35 MB)||1/2006|
Guidance on Airport Emission Reduction Credits for Early Measures Through Voluntary Airport Low Emission Programs (PDF, 1.85 MB)
Eligible VALE projects must result in the sponsor receiving appropriate airport emission reduction credits (AERCs). This AERC guidance has been developed by EPA and coordinated with DOT/FAA. It is consistent with the CAA and provides an acceptable method by which the State air quality agency will grant AERCs to the sponsor in a timely manner. AERCs will be calculated and provided to airports on a consistent basis nationwide, are kept by the sponsor, and can only be used by the sponsor to meet their current or future CAA general conformity and new source review requirements.
|Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP), 2005-2007 (PDF)||6/2008||NA|
|National Plan of Integrated Airport Systems (NPIAS)||10/2010||NA|
|Economic Impact on Air Service at Airports Serving Small Air Carrier Aircraft Resulting from Certain Changes to Title 14 CFR Part 139, Certification of Airports (PDF)||12/2003||NA|
|Injuries and Fatalities of Workers Struck by Vehicles on Airport Aprons (PDF)||7/2002||NA|
|Report to Congress on the Environmental Review of Airport Improvement Projects (PDF)||5/2001||NA|
|Airport Improvement Program Annual Reports of Accomplishments||1996-2008||NA|