Optimal Supply of Parking at Airportsby Massoud Javid,
Prianka N. Seneviratne,
Abstract: The design capacity of parking facilities at airports is generally estimated in relation to one or more standard decision variable such as enplaning passengers, number of employees, and total passenger movements. Although this proportionate method is simple and straightforward, the likelihood of over or under designing is high due to uncertainties in the decision variables. Large deviations of demand from supply can have substantial financial implications in the case of airports because of the significant portion of revenue generated by parking and the high cost of construction and maintenance of facilities. Data from the Salt lake city International Airport (SLCIA) is used to demonstrate the uncertainty in passenger volume estimates and the resulting deviations of expected demand from the supply of parking.
Subject Headings: Airports and airfields | Parking facilities | Passengers | Data processing | Traffic models | Uncertainty principles | Building design | Employees | Utah | North America | Salt Lake City | United States
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