Truckee Tahoe Airport Master Plan Update, 2013

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Master Plan Update, 2013. Prepared by Mead & Hunt for the Truckee Tahoe Airport.

Master Plan Update, 2013. Prepared by Mead & Hunt for the Truckee Tahoe Airport.

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  • Add graphic from end of runway view
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  • Add graphic from end of runway view
  • All Sites:225’ x 110’Able to accommodate Global Express / Gulf VSite 1: Provides ‘taxi through’ with pavement in backProvides access to parkingUtilizes prime land near terminal apronSite 2A (not filled): Original site proposed by M&H.Would require relocation of fuel farmProvides direct access to Terminal and parkingSite 2B:Rotates Site 2A to allow for taxi through operations
  • All Sites:225’ x 110’Able to accommodate Global Express / Gulf VSite 1: Provides ‘taxi through’ with pavement in backProvides access to parkingUtilizes prime land near terminal apronSite 2A (not filled): Original site proposed by M&H.Would require relocation of fuel farmProvides direct access to Terminal and parkingSite 2B:Rotates Site 2A to allow for taxi through operations
  • All Sites:225’ x 110’Able to accommodate Global Express / Gulf VSite 1: Provides ‘taxi through’ with pavement in backProvides access to parkingUtilizes prime land near terminal apronSite 2A (not filled): Original site proposed by M&H.Would require relocation of fuel farmProvides direct access to Terminal and parkingSite 2B:Rotates Site 2A to allow for taxi through operations
  • All Sites:225’ x 110’Able to accommodate Global Express / Gulf VSite 1: Provides ‘taxi through’ with pavement in backProvides access to parkingUtilizes prime land near terminal apronSite 2A (not filled): Original site proposed by M&H.Would require relocation of fuel farmProvides direct access to Terminal and parkingSite 2B:Rotates Site 2A to allow for taxi through operations
  • All Sites:225’ x 110’Able to accommodate Global Express / Gulf VSite 1: Provides ‘taxi through’ with pavement in backProvides access to parkingUtilizes prime land near terminal apronSite 2A (not filled): Original site proposed by M&H.Would require relocation of fuel farmProvides direct access to Terminal and parkingSite 2B:Rotates Site 2A to allow for taxi through operations
  • 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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  • 1. Truckee Tahoe Airport District Board Meeting October 17, 2013
  • 2. Preamble Master Plan Topics • • • • • • Community Process Facility / Policy Inventory Aviation Demand Forecasts Facility Requirements Alternatives Analysis Implementation Plan
  • 3. Preamble Implementation Plan • • • • • Environmental Process / Scoping Plan Adoption Process Plan Consistency Review (ALUCP) Grant / Funding Program Descriptions Airport Capital Improvement Program
  • 4. Preamble Schedule • Inventory, Forecasts, Facility Requirements – October-November • Implementation / Financial, Airport Layout Plan – November-December • FAA Circulation, Review, and Approval – January-April 2014 • CEQA – January-TBD (2014)
  • 5. Current Objectives • Assess alternatives for community benefit potential • Recommend alternatives that will be assessed for public support and implementation.
  • 6. Runway Alternatives GOALS • Reduce Impacts on Community – Visual (Over Flight) – Noise
  • 7. Runway 11-29 • Shift and displace landing thresholds • Goal is to have aircraft at higher altitudes over residences after departure on Runway 29,
  • 8. Alternative 1A: Runway 11-29
  • 9. Alternative 1B: Runway 11-29
  • 10. Alternative 1B: Airspace Impacts
  • 11. Alternative 1B: Airspace Impacts
  • 12. Alternative 1B: Airspace Impacts Looking East
  • 13. Alternative 1: Runway 11-29 • Graphics help quantify differences in: – Runway 11-29 Visual, Height, and Time – Runway 11-29 Noise
  • 14. Jet Departure Profile
  • 15. Piaggio Departure Profile
  • 16. RW 29, Jet Departure-Existing Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 17. RW 29, Jet Departure-w/ Extension Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 18. RW 29, Piaggio Departure-Existing Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 19. RW 29, Piaggio Departure-w/ Extension Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 20. RW 11, Jet Arrival- Existing Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 21. RW 11, Jet Arrival- w/ Extension Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 22. RW 11, Prop Arrival- Existing Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 23. RW 11, Prop Arrival- w/ Extension Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 24. Alternative 1: Runway 11-29 OPINION • No significant change to height or noise • Remove from consideration
  • 25. Runway 2-20 • Widen and/or extend Runway 2-20 – Greater dispersion of runway utilization
  • 26. Alternative 2A: Runway 2-20
  • 27. Alternative 2B: Runway 2-20 Widen Runway Only
  • 28. CA-267 Eastbound View to NE Existing
  • 29. CA-267 Eastbound View to NE With Extension
  • 30. CA-267 Westbound View to NW Existing
  • 31. CA-267 Westbound View to NW With Extension
  • 32. CA-267 Elevated View to NW Existing
  • 33. CA-267 Elevated View to NW With Extension
  • 34. Runway 2-20 Utilization • • • • • • • Factors Affecting Utilization / Direction Wind direction and velocity Runway length (adequate strength assumed) Local communication efforts Taxi distance On course / arrival direction Glider activity Runway width
  • 35. Runway 2-20 Utilization DEPARTURES ARRIVALS Existing Alt 2B 4% No Change No Change 4% No Change No Change Turboprop 4% No Change No Change 4% No Change No Change 3% No Change No Change 3% No Change No Change 77% 58% ↓ No Change 66% 47% ↓ No Change Turboprop 88% 76% ↓ 85.5%↓ 82% 64% ↓ 72% ↓ Turbo Jet 96% 88% ↓ 95% ↓ 94% 83% ↓ 91.5%↓ Piston 8% 16% ↑ No Change 8% 16% ↑ No Change Turboprop 2% 8% ↑ 3% ↑ 2% 8% ↑ 3% ↑ Turbo Jet 0.5% 6% ↑ 1% ↑ 1% 4% ↑ 1.5% ↑ Piston 20 Alt 2A Piston 2 Existing Turbo Jet 29 Alt 2B Piston 11 Alt 2A 11% 22%↑ No Change 22% 33% ↑ No Change Turboprop 6% 12% ↑ 7.5% ↑ 12% 24% ↑ 15% ↑ Turbo Jet 0.5% 3% ↑ 1% ↑ 2% 10% ↑ 4% ↑ Runway Utilization Splits
  • 36. Alternative 2: Runway 2-20 • • • • OPINION Widening alone will not significantly disperse operations Extending and widening will disperse operations more effectively Views of Martis Valley not impacted significantly Retain for further analysis
  • 37. Alternative 3: Off-Airport GOALS • Adds consistency with FAA methodology for reducing community noise exposure • Advantages versus runway changes: lower total cost, phased implementation, greater overall success, and fewer construction impacts • Inclusion may add credibility to the other alternatives
  • 38. RW 29, Jet Departure- TRUCK Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 39. RW 29, Piaggio Departure-TRUCK Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 40. RW 29, Jet Departure Straight/I80 Olympic Heights Martis Valley Estates Sierra Meadows
  • 41. RW 29, C172 Departure-Bypass
  • 42. Alternative 3: Off-Airport OPINION • Reduces residential impacts • Retain for further analysis
  • 43. Next Steps Open House Meeting • Determine level of support for finalist alternatives • Master Plan comparison • Finalize
  • 44. Multi-Use Hangar Sites
  • 45. Multi-Use Hangar Sites Site 1: • Provides ‘taxi-through’ capabilities • Provides immediate access to roads and parking • Utilizes land near terminal apron Site 2: • Provides immediate access to roads and parking • Utilizes land near terminal apron • Not able to accommodate taxithrough capabilities
  • 46. Multi-Use Hangar Sites Site 3: • Provides ‘taxi-through’ capabilities • Immediate access to roads • Would displace existing tiedowns Site 4: • Provides ‘taxi-through’ capabilities • Utilizes unused land near runway intersection • Poor access to roads and parking
  • 47. Multi-Use Hangar Examples
  • 48. Multi-Use Hangar Examples
  • 49. Future Vision (1998) 1998 Master Plan
  • 50. Future Vision (2013) Current Master Plan
  • 51. THANK YOU