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SFO Trip Reduction and Green
Vehicle Update
Northern California Green Airport Fleet Partnership
June 25, 2014
Fast Facts
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 45M passengers per year
 22% of passengers are on nonstop international flights
 71% of Bay Area air pass...
Transit First Policy
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 Airtrain provides efficient access to the BART station, but
many BART passengers can walk there
...
Ground Transportation Shares
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 29% private motorist dropoffs
 11% drive and park
 12% rental car
 18% taxi and limous...
Clean Vehicle Policy
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 Launched in 2000
 Several ground transportation sectors use 100% CNG or equivalent
emission vehi...
Clean Vehicle Policy (cont.)
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 Airport-owned and contractor vehicles must be powered by alternative fuels unless
manufac...
2014 Clean Vehicle Count
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 30 transit buses (CNG, filtered diesel)
 140 minibuses (CNG)
 300 vans (CNG)
 2,000 taxica...
Employee Commuting
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 Average commute is 19 miles
 Shifting employees to transit, carpools and vanpools is one of
the mo...
Passenger Terminal Enhancement
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 Boarding areas being
progressively upgraded with
state-of-the-art design and
amenities
...
 Terminal 2 Renovation
 $383 million
 Design-build project
 Opened in April 2011
 Completed on-time and on
budget
 H...
 Opened January 28, 2014
 Completed on time and on budget
 Expands building footprint by 18,000 sq. ft.
 Improves pass...
 Replace 18 gate Boarding Area B with new 24 gate boarding area
 Increase passenger amenities and grow passenger spend r...
Questions?
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 Roger Hooson, Senior Planner, Landside Operations
roger.hooson@flysfo.com
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San Francisco International Airport (SFO) Trip Reduction and Green Vehicle Update

  1. 1. 1 SFO Trip Reduction and Green Vehicle Update Northern California Green Airport Fleet Partnership June 25, 2014
  2. 2. Fast Facts 2  45M passengers per year  22% of passengers are on nonstop international flights  71% of Bay Area air passenger traffic  78% of passengers are originating or terminating  4th-busiest O/D airport in the United States  48% of passengers use shared-ride and hired driver ground transportation
  3. 3. Transit First Policy 3  Airtrain provides efficient access to the BART station, but many BART passengers can walk there  Most rubber-tired ground transportation modes serve every terminal for pickups and dropoffs  SFO ground transportation trip fees do not vary significantly by size of vehicle, so high-capacity buses pay much less on a per-passenger basis  Shared-ride ground transportation is highlighted on the Airport’s website
  4. 4. Ground Transportation Shares 4  29% private motorist dropoffs  11% drive and park  12% rental car  18% taxi and limousine  13% public transit (mostly BART and airporters – 35% BART from parts of the East Bay)  17% shared-ride van, hotel courtesy shuttles, charter vehicles  Rental car customers and many BART riders use Airtrain to reach terminals  SFO is partnering with Oakland Airport to survey 25,000 departing air passengers over an entire year to determine local origin points, mode(s) of Airport access, frequency and type of trips, ultimate air destination, and other information. The survey duration is unprecedented in North America.
  5. 5. Clean Vehicle Policy 5  Launched in 2000  Several ground transportation sectors use 100% CNG or equivalent emission vehicles  Over 600 owned and permitted vehicles run on CNG, from autos to buses  SFO hosts one of the largest CNG refueling complexes in Northern California, with 15 fast-fill hoses operated by two competing firms  Clean Energy is sourcing at least 50% of its natural gas from landfills  Airtrain is electric-powered  About 300 electric aircraft ground support vehicles  Over 100 auto parking spaces with electric chargers, including 208V option  In the next year, SFO will install 4 Level 3 DC “while-you-wait” fast chargers for private motorists
  6. 6. Clean Vehicle Policy (cont.) 6  Airport-owned and contractor vehicles must be powered by alternative fuels unless manufacturers do not offer suitable product  All Airport-owned diesel vehicles have advanced filters and use B20 biodiesel  Each San Francisco taxi company must reduce emissions 50% from 1990 baseline, so almost all taxis are hybrid or CNG  Shared-ride van operators must use only CNG or equivalent emission vehicles  To avoid a triple trip fee, hotel courtesy shuttle operators must use only CNG or equivalent emission vehicles, and must stay below trip ceilings one third lower than the 1999 trip count  To avoid a triple trip fee, off-Airport parking operators must use only CNG or equivalent emission vehicles, and may not operate more than 12 trips per hour  SFO does not have any rental car shuttles. Passengers take the electric Airtrain to the Rental Car Center  On the Airport website, limousine operators are ranked by the percentage of clean air vehicles in their fleets. Operators without any clean air vehicles are not linked to SFO’s website
  7. 7. 2014 Clean Vehicle Count 7  30 transit buses (CNG, filtered diesel)  140 minibuses (CNG)  300 vans (CNG)  2,000 taxicabs (hybrid-electric, CNG)  350 limousines (mostly hybrid-electric)  100 plug-in electric and numerous hybrid rental cars  480 airfield vehicles (electric, rebuilt diesel, propane, CNG)  130 BART and Airtrain cars (peak BART service to SFO)  234 staff and utility vehicles (109 CNG, 1 plug-in electric, 26 hybrids, 98 biodiesel (36 with exhaust filters)
  8. 8. Employee Commuting 8  Average commute is 19 miles  Shifting employees to transit, carpools and vanpools is one of the most productive ways of reducing our carbon emissions  Currently 75% of Airport Commission employees drive alone, 13% take transit, and 12% carpool or vanpool  Revenue guarantee agreement with BART eliminated the Airport surcharge, yielding a 60%+ employee ridership increase in one year  Pending initiative for Airport to cover first $130/month of an employee’s transit commute costs if they surrender their free parking card  The Airport’s 170 tenants are required to offer their employees pre-tax transit payroll deduction, reimbursement of at least $76/month in transit commute costs, or a private shuttle to a BART station
  9. 9. Passenger Terminal Enhancement 9  Boarding areas being progressively upgraded with state-of-the-art design and amenities  Terminal redesigns include HVAC overhauls, natural light, energy efficiency, chargers for electric ground support equipment  SFO concessions and parking revenues together grew at 8% CAGR between 2006 and 2012 New 10 gate Boarding Area E opened on January 28, 2014
  10. 10.  Terminal 2 Renovation  $383 million  Design-build project  Opened in April 2011  Completed on-time and on budget  Highest passenger spend rate  Highest ASQ* terminal score The Terminal 2 Standard 10*ASQ Survey is an airport customer satisfaction benchmark
  11. 11.  Opened January 28, 2014  Completed on time and on budget  Expands building footprint by 18,000 sq. ft.  Improves passenger experience  Adds concession space  $138 million project cost Terminal 3 Boarding Area E Renovation 11
  12. 12.  Replace 18 gate Boarding Area B with new 24 gate boarding area  Increase passenger amenities and grow passenger spend rate  Provide international wide-body peak-time overflow gates  $2.3 billion project budget – In service by 2019 Terminal 1 12
  13. 13. Questions? 13  Roger Hooson, Senior Planner, Landside Operations roger.hooson@flysfo.com

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