Land Use Plan for Houston's Intercontinental Airport
The methods of developing a complete Master Plan for Land Use at Houston's new Intercontinental Airport are described. The airport offers Houston, Tex., a service not available...

Economics of Parking Structures at Airports
Multi level structures for parking automobiles are required to maintain acceptable walking distances to passenger terminals. The trend to parking structures for other enterprises is creating...

Airport Accessibility and Detroit Passengers
The effect of decreased accessibility on passenger usage of the Detroit airport is investigated using techniques of statistical inference. The purpose is to demonstrate the usefulness,...

Airport Accessibility Affects Passenger Development
There is a meaningful body of knowledge currently (1964) available that indicates the need for taking the factor of airport accessibility into account when considering either locating...

Forecasting Air Traffic
Two methods of forecasting passenger traffic between selected city-pairs in the United States air transport network are presented. Background and underlying assumptions are evaluated for...

Civil Aviation to 1970
For the period to 1970, an increase of up to 2-1/2 times the 1960 passenger-mile traffic is expected. Increase in air freight is more uncertain and will depend primarily on the extent...

Operational Experience at Dulles Airport
In its first year of operation, Dulles Airport came quite close to matching income and passenger estimates. The airport was designed to avoid many of the problems experienced at other...

Operations of the Supersonic Transport in the Terminal Area
The supersonic transport will require modification of passenger loading facilities in the terminals; stronger and smoother runways, taxiways, and parking areas; and turnoffs with increased...

Trends in Automobile Parking at Airports
Facilities for automobile parking at airports must be expanded to accommodate the increase in air travel combined with the passengers' greater use of individual automobiles...

Evolution and Future of Airport Passenger Terminals
The increase in air transportation has led to a substantial change in the function and design of airport terminals. From simple ticket counters and snack bars, terminals have grown to...

Automobile Parking Requirements at Airports
Automobile parking requirements at airports will continue to increase in size and complexity. Concepts, criteria, and operating methods for airport garages must be different from business-area...

Pan American Passenger Terminal at Idlewild Airport
The design of a passenger terminal for operation exclusively by jet aircraft posed a number of unusual design problems. These were increased by the requirement of having a cantilevered...

Baggage Handling: Airline Baggage Handling Systems
Airline baggage systems in the last 20 yr have progressed from simple conveyors to sophisticated electronically controlled storage and sorting devices. Installed costs for large volume...

Baggage Handling: Passenger and Baggage Processing at Air Terminals
Basic requirements for the processing of passengers and baggage at air terminals are reviewed. Mechanized baggage handling systems presently (1963) used in Europe and the United States...

Forecast of Air Transport for 1980
Considerations in design of passenger, baggage, and aircraft handling facilities, runway, taxiway, and ramp area, and all-weather operating facilities to meet growing peak-traffic demands....

Evaluation of Alternative Subway Routes
Description of practical automatic computer method of assigning passenger trips to proposed traffic facility; application of method to proposed subway systems in Metropolitan Toronto;...

Evaluation of Alternative Subway Routes
Description of practical automatic computer method of assigning passenger trips to proposed traffic facility; application of method to proposed subway systems in Metropolitan Toronto;...

Passenger Data for Urban Transportation Planning
To aid planning and to solve transport problems, analysis of changes in passenger travel in section of New York-New Jersey metropolitan district are examined for 1948-58 decade; it is...

A Session on Aircraft Environment in the Future: Ground Transport of People to and from the Civil Airport (Jet Age Conference 1957)
This paper discusses the ground transportation of air passengers, visitors and employees between large civil airports and the communities they serve. The locations of airports within the...

Ground Transportation At New York International Airport
655-acre Terminal City will include 10 passenger terminal buildings, 10 mi of 2-lane roads and multiple parking facilities; basic planning data presented; design of roadway system and...

 

 

 

 

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