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Report from ACI-NA Annual Conference and Pre-conference Workshops

…on sustainability initiatives. Four North American airports (Denver International, Portland International, San Diego International, and Toronto Pearson International) have participated over the last two years in the development of a…

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Noise Outside DNL 65

…you haven’t, I’ll summarize briefly. The ACRP synthesis was based on an online survey of 43 airports, designed primarily to identify the airports’ reasons for addressing noise outside DNL 65,…

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TRB Releases HMMH-Authored Report on Energy Projects and Airports and Airspace

…provides guidance for future projects to avoid impacts on airports and airspace. The report is timely given the country’s focus on domestic energy production to serve economic and national security…

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It’s Not a Mirage – It’s a Solar Project at an Airport

…in 2008, we weren’t sure if we were seeing a clear future for solar at airports or just a mirage in the distance. Now I am working with the FAA…

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EPA Revisions to the Lead Ambient Air Monitoring Requirements

…0.5 tons per year (tpy) which is a reduction from the previous threshold of 1.0 tpy. EPA is maintaining the 1.0 tpy threshold for airports, however, it did identify 15…

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NEPA and NextGen: Airports can bridge the gap between industry and the public

…design and implementation team will develop the changes and put them in place. The first two metroplex areas – North Texas and Washington D.C. – have been identified as prototypes…

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ACC-FAA Summer Workshop

…The Hot Topics with FAA and TSA focused on updating attendees on recent happenings in Washington, from which I learned: Robin Kane, TSA Assistant Administrator/Chief Technology Officer indicated that although…

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Mrs. Taylor Goes to Washington

…year and keep my son on track. It seems a simple, almost naïve, message to bring to Washington – “Please don’t drive our kids away from education” – but it…

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Potomac Consolidated TRACON Airspace EIS

…TRACON, handling the nation’s fourth busiest airspace. The study area included Andrews Air Force Base, Baltimore/Washington International Thurgood Marshall, Ronald Reagan Washington National, and Washington Dulles International Airports, as well…

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Remaining Optimistic Despite President Trump’s Paris Agreement Decision

…rule were important. But there are seismic shifts happening in sectors of our economy and economic forces in play regardless of what is happening (or not happening) in Washington, D.C….

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