Truckee Tahoe Airport Master Plan Public Meeting Nov 13

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Presentation by Mead & Hunt. From the November 13th Airport Master Plan Public Meeting.

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  • Community Input 40% sizeTechnical Work 40% sizeDocumentation 20% sizePlanning Work Complete by End Of YearEnvironmental, Adoptions, Approvals in 2014
  • Final product will include the above elements and a set of engineering-like drawings that will be used by the FAA.
  • This slide changed. Make each bullet fly in. Picture- maybe of a TRK meeting.
  • Parallel Runway Justification: 2-20 Parallel Turf: For landings of gliders. When gliders land on existing 2-20, they may remain on runway until people go out and physically remove the glider from the runway. 11-29 Parallel: “Not identified as a need during the planning period, consideration should be given to reserving land north of Runway (11-29)For the future development of a parallel runway. This provides the ‘highest and best use’ for this property due to limited access potential and limited developable area.”
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  • Add graphic from end of runway view
  • Flight Track Optimization, Minimize Impacts
  • Flight Track Optimization, Minimize Impacts
  • Flight Track Optimization, Minimize Impacts
  • Truckee Tahoe Airport Master Plan Public Meeting Nov 13

    1. 1. WELCOME! Airport Master Plan Public Meeting November 13, 2013
    2. 2. Where are We In the Process
    3. 3. What the Plan Will Include Master Plan Topics • • • • • • Community Process Facility / Policy Inventory Aviation Demand Forecasts Facility Requirements Alternatives Analysis Implementation Plan
    4. 4. Meeting Objectives • Bring you up to date on plan progress. • Obtain specific feedback / support for new annoyance mitigation initiatives. • Capture some plan highlights.
    5. 5. 1998 Master Plan
    6. 6. Current Master Plan Concept
    7. 7. Plan Comparison Then: Airport-Driven (1998) Now: Community Driven (2013) • Maximum Growth • Annoyance Mitigation • More Runways • Multi-Use Hangar • All-Weather Access • Non-Aviation Uses • More T-Hangars • Technology Upgrades • Non-Aviation Uses • Box Hangars
    8. 8. Annoyance Mitigation Alternatives Considered • New Runway – To avoid / reduce residential overflights • Changes to the Primary Runway – To increase the height of airplane overflights • Changes to the Secondary Runway – To better balance runway utilization • Off-Airport Alternatives – To increase the range of options.
    9. 9. Alternatives Dismissed New Runway • $27.4M • Wetlands
    10. 10. Alternatives Dismissed 1A: Extend Runway 11-29 East and Displace Landings 1B: Extend Runway 11-29 East / Shorten West • $6.5M • Limited Benefit
    11. 11. Alternative 1B: Airspace Impacts
    12. 12. Jet Departure Profile
    13. 13. Piaggio Departure Profile
    14. 14. Runway 29, Jet Departure - Existing
    15. 15. Runway 29, Jet Departure - RW Alt 1
    16. 16. Runway 29, P180 Departure - Existing
    17. 17. Runway 29, P180 Departure - Alt 1
    18. 18. Runway 29, C172 Departure - Existing
    19. 19. Runway 29, C172 Departure - Alt 1
    20. 20. Runway 11, Jet Arrival - Existing
    21. 21. Runway 11, Jet Arrival – Alt 1
    22. 22. Runway 11, P108 Arrival - Existing
    23. 23. Runway 11, P108 Arrival - Alt 1
    24. 24. Alternative 1: Runway 11-29 OPINION • No significant change to height or noise • Dismiss from consideration
    25. 25. Alternatives Dismissed • Widen Runway 2-20 – $3.5M – Minimal change in runway utilization • Extend North – $5M to $15M – Significant Fill or – Pylon-bridge construction
    26. 26. Alternatives Retained Widen and extend Runway 2-20 South • $6.9M • Greater dispersion of runway utilization
    27. 27. Runway 2-20 Utilization Runway Selection Factors • Wind direction and velocity • Runway length • Pavement strength • Local communication efforts • Taxi distance • On course / arrival direction • Glider activity • Runway width
    28. 28. Runway 2-20 Utilization DEPARTURES ARRIVALS Existing 77% 58% ↓ 66% 47% ↓ Turboprop 88% 76% ↓ 82% 64% ↓ 96% 88% ↓ 94% 83% ↓ Piston 8% 16% ↑ 8% 16% ↑ Turboprop 2% 8% ↑ 2% 8% ↑ Turbo Jet 0.5% 6% ↑ 1% 4% ↑ Piston 20 Alt 2A Turbo Jet 2 Existing Piston 29 Alt 2A 11% 22%↑ 22% 33% ↑ Turboprop 6% 12% ↑ 12% 24% ↑ Turbo Jet 0.5% 3% ↑ 2% 10% ↑
    29. 29. CA-267 Eastbound View to NE Existing
    30. 30. CA-267 Eastbound View to NE With Extension
    31. 31. CA-267 Westbound View to NW Existing
    32. 32. CA-267 Westbound View to NW With Extension
    33. 33. CA-267 Elevated View to NW Existing
    34. 34. CA-267 Elevated View to NW With Extension
    35. 35. Widen and Extend Runway 2-20 • • • • OPINION / RECOMMENDATION Extending and widening will disperse operations more effectively Dispersion can be influenced by TTAD actions/policy Views of Martis Valley not impacted significantly Proceed with implementation planning
    36. 36. Alternatives Retained OFF-AIRPORT MITIGATION • Annual Funding Allocation • Current models under consideration: – – – – – – Expansion of Open Space Preservation Policy Voluntary Home Improvement (Sound Insulation) Voluntary Home Acquisition Additional Possibilities Flight Track Optimization Requires Additional Community Outreach
    37. 37. Off-Airport Alternative Arrivals Departures June 2012
    38. 38. Off-Airport Alternative • 160 homes in Zone B1 • 70 homes in Zone C
    39. 39. Runway 29, Jet Departure - Existing
    40. 40. Runway 29, Jet Departure - Straight
    41. 41. Runway 29, C172 Departure - Existing
    42. 42. Runway 29, C172 Departure - Straight
    43. 43. Off-Airport Mitigation OPINION/RECOMMENDATION • Increases Options Available to Residents and District • Proceed with Implementation Planning ITEMS TO BE CLARIFIED • Funding Prioritization / Geographic Boundaries • Disposition of Acquired Property • Policy/Legal Implications
    44. 44. THANK YOU

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