What is a Sustainable Airport Master Plan?

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1 What is a Sustainable Airport Master Plan? In 2014, the Port of Seattle launched a Sustainable RAPID GROWTH IN RECENT YEARS Airport Master Plan to identify how to best serve Washington s growing air transport needs at Sea-Tac PASSENGER TRAVEL AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS Airport over the next 20 years. Funded through FAA s Airport Improvement Program, the plan is structured 4.7 % 7.7 % 7.3 % 2.5 % so that sustainability elements are incorporated throughout the plan Key plan elements: Forecasts future airport traffic, operations, and passenger growth CONTINUED GROWTH OVER THE NEXT 20 YEARS Identifies criteria and constraints to inform future decisions about improvements AIRPORT ACTIVITY 70 GROWTH IN TOTAL PASSENGERS (BY MILLION ANNUAL PASSENGERS - MAP) GROWTH IN AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS Proposes options for future improvements at Sea-Tac Airport: Airfield Terminal +29M +200K TOTAL PASSENGERS MAP 66MAP AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS K 540K Landside (vehicle access, regional roadway connections, and parking) ANNUAL PASSENGERS AIRCRAFT OPERATIONS Cargo Integrates objectives and initiatives related to environmental, social, and economic sustainability into the plan

2 Sustainability Sustainability Goals and Objectives Port goals include all three areas of sustainability: Environmental Social Responsibility Economic (business goals and objectives) Sustainability in the SAMP Process Set Goals and Objectives Forecast and Inventory Alternatives Analysis: Airfield Terminal Landside Preferred Alternative Analyses Plan Development Economic Environmental Social Estimate future demand Identify infrastructure necessary for safe operations Assumes current three-runway system Screen alternatives using economic, social, and environmental criteria Use planning principles such as efficient aircraft movement as proxies for some criteria such as greenhouse gas and air pollution reduction Consider criteria where it applies Evaluate preferred alternative for criteria such as energy, water, and greenhouse gas emissions Model energy and water use for new and existing buildings Identify gap between goals, objectives, and results of preferred alternative Draft final capital development plan Draft corresponding management plan

3 Sustainability Century Agenda: Social Goals Use our influence as an institution to promote small business growth and workforce development Increase the proportion of funds spent by the Port with qualified small business firms on construction, goods, and services to 40 percent of the eligible dollars spent Increase workforce training, job, and business opportunities for local communities in maritime, trade, travel, and logistics Century Agenda: Economic Goals Position the Puget Sound region as a premier international logistics hub Grow seaport annual container volume to more than 3.5 million TEUs. Structure our relationship with Washington ports to optimize infrastructure investments and financial returns Triple air cargo volume to 750,000 metric tons Triple the value of our outbound cargo to over $50 billion Double the economic value of the fishing and maritime cluster Century Agenda: Environmental Goals Reduce air pollutant emissions by 50 percent from 2005 levels Lead our industry s greenhouse gas (GHG) reduction strategies by reducing carbon emissions from all port operations by 50 percent from 2005 levels and reducing aircraft-related GHG emissions at Sea-Tac by 25 percent Meet future growth in energy usage through conservation and renewable sources Restore, create, and enhance 40 additional acres of habitat in the Green/Duwamish watershed and Elliott Bay Prevent sprawl in less developed areas of Puget Sound by anchoring our region s urban industrial land use Ensure all stormwater leaving port operated facilities meets or exceeds agency requirements and create partnerships that lead our industry in stormwater quality improvements Advance this region as a leading tourism destination and business gateway Make Seattle-Tacoma International Airport the West Coast Gateway of Choice for international travel. Double the number of international flights and destinations Meet the region s air transportation needs at Seattle- Tacoma International Airport for the next 25 years and encourage the cost-effective expansion of domestic and international passenger and cargo service Double the economic value of cruise traffic to Washington state

4 Planning Timeline What s happening now? Finalizing growth forecasts Developing and analyzing options Gathering public input about options Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Q1 Q2 Q3 Q4 Activity Forcast Alternatives Analysis and Plan Developement Public Outreach and Comment Commission Briefings Financing for Capital Program Environmental Review

5 .. Potential Improvement Options The Port of Seattle is identifying ways to accommodate growing airport activity over the next 20 years within current environmental, airspace and land use constraints. Expansions or improvements will occur with Sea-Tac s current 3-runway configuration. Planning Considerations: Development is constrained within existing three runways (no 4th runway) No terminal facilities can be built west Limited footprint is available for development Terminal expansion to add gates will displace existing facilities Port owned land to the south would need to be connected to the airfield to accommodate displaced facilities (area shown in blue north of S. 200th ST and south of S. 188th ST) City of Normandy Park 1st AVE S City of Des Moines S 160th ST SR 509 SR 518 S 146th ST SR 509 City of Burien SR 509 Critical Areas SR 509 8th AVE S S 136th ST S 128th ST Critical Areas Des Moines Memorial Drive 18th AVE S Critical Areas SR 518 Seattle-Tacoma International Airport 24th AVE S SR th AVE S Cemetery S 208th ST S 200th ST International Boulevard (Hwy 99) S 188th ST S 176th ST S 142nd ST S 170th ST International Boulevard (HWY 99) S 154th ST International Boulevard I-5 City of SeaTac S 160th ST City of Tukwila SR 518 Port Property City Boundaries Port Property & Local Jurisdictions Seattle-Tacoma International Airport Miles SHEET 1 of 1 Prepared By: Aviation Planning Date: Fall 2014 Terminal Cargo Displaced Facilities Off-airport Development Areas Areas to Accomodate Displaced Facilities Future Airport Land Uses DRAFT - Preliminary Concepts Development Constraints 1, , Feet SHEET 1 of 1 Prepared By: Aviation Planning Date: November 2014

6 Terminal Improvement Options Key issues: Need to provide 35 additional gates Locate overnight aircraft parking positions north and south of expanded terminal to minimize Improvement options: Expansion is needed to the north and south to provide additional gates and passenger check-in capacity. towing Determine if single terminal can support passenger processing for 35 new gates Next steps: Detailed analysis of expansion options Incorporate non-terminal functions into overall land use plan Coordinate terminal-related facilities planning Airfield and terminal ramp simulation modeling South gate expansion options Concourse A Extension or Additional South Satellite North gate expansion options North Piers or North Satellite Extension Main terminal expansion options Main Terminal Expansion to east and north or Additional Terminal to north

7 South Gate Expansion Options Note: Expansion is needed to the north and south to provide additional gates and passenger check-in capacity. Option 1: Concourse A Extension Pros LEGEND Blue line=gate expansion Meets international gate requirement International Arrivals Facility (IAF) connection to international gates through concourse appears better Does not require lidding over S. 188th St. Dual taxi-lanes between new gates and South Satellite Cons Yields fewer gates Option 2: Additional South Satellite Pros LEGEND Blue line=gate expansion Meets international gate requirement Yields more gates Cons Difficult International Arrivals Facility (IAF) connection to international gates Requires lidding over S. 188th St. Single taxi-lane between new gates and South Satellite

8 North Gate Expansion Options Note: Expansion is needed to the north and south to provide additional gates and passenger check-in capacity. Option 1: North Piers Option 2: North Satellite Extenstion Pros LEGEND Blue line=gate expansion Pros LEGEND Blue line=gate expansion Meets domestic gate requirement Straightforward opportunity for second terminal (if required) May not require relocation of southbound lanes of North Airport expressway Can more easily phase additions of new gates Easier to accommodate widebody aircraft Cons Challenge connecting passengers to the north Meets domestic gate requirement Cons Impacts operations Limited opportunity for second terminal Requires relocation of southbound lanes of the North Airport Expressway Gate phasing has more impact to existing facilities Limited ability to accommodate widebody aircraft Challenge connecting passengers to the north

9 Terminal Check-in Expansion Options Note: Expansion is needed to the north and south to provide additional gates and passenger check-in capacity. Option 1: Main Terminal Expansion Option 2: Additional Terminal to the North Expands main terminal to the east and the north Expands bag claim to the north Constructs second terminal to support north gates Provides landside access, curb, and parking Provides pedestrian connection to gates over/ under North Airport Expressway LEGEND Blue line=gate/terminal expansion

10 Airfield Improvement Options Key issues: Additional airfield connected land required to meet demand Accommodate 120 peak hour operations (up from 88 with no airfield expansion) Next steps: Alternatives analysis to model airfield improvements and determine feasibility and cost/ benefit Coordination with FAA Increase airfield efficiency to make full use of three runway system Options: Construct End-Around Taxiways to expedite the flow of landing and departing aircraft and increase capacity Extend Taxiway A to double queuing capacity, provide a bypass, and improve access to and from the south end

11 Airfield Improvement Options End-around taxiways Taxiway A extension EXISTING CONDITIONS FUTURE CONDITIONS 70 percent of operations (all Group III) could avoid crossing departures runways Minor reduction in take-off weight for large, long-haul international flights Doubles queuing capacity Provides a bypass on south end taxiway system Improves access to/from south end gates & SASA

12 Landside Improvement Options Key issues: Upper and Lower Drive expansion difficult Expressway access to parking/upper/lower Drives exceedingly narrow Regional roadways outside of direct Port control Rental Car Facility (RCF) bus traffic contributes Ground Transportation Lot (GT lot) to congestion accessing the drives Next steps: Determine interaction between possible Parking Garage Service Tunnel Upper Drive GT Lot Access Ramp Apron Potential APM Corridor terminal expansion and curb/garage options Explore curbside relocation/expansion Lower Drive Parking Light Rail alternatives Landside simulation modeling Integration of opportunities, costs, and impacts of terminal and landside options All traffic accessing the airport funnels through a bottleneck on the North Airport Expressway

13 Landside Improvement Options Options: Widen Upper Drive Add third lane to Upper and Lower Drive access Potentially divert demand to alternate drop-off locations Relocate Upper Drive into garage Relocating Upper Drive into garage enables terminal expansion Raising pedestrian bridge to the fifth floor provides adequate clearance for buses

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