In this year’s Planning and Environmental Track, we will be discussing land use and Section 163, sustainable and resilient infrastructure, equity in planning, emerging airside users, and IT/data analytics.
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Join Rich Barone, Associate Vice President at Landrum & Brown, as he moderates the track session “How Emerging Forms of Mobility and Technologies are Transforming Airports” at the AAAE/ACC Airport Planning, Design, and Construction Symposium on Wednesday, March 2 @ 2:00 – 3:20 PM CT in Nashville, TN.
Nina Harvey, Consultant/Expert, Nelson Nygaard
Edward Shelton, Vice President, Thordrive
Jodi Brinckerhoff, Vice President of Innovation, Dallas Fort-Worth International Airport
Our airports are in transition – both on the landside and airside. A growing parking paradox on the landside is taking place as new emerging forms of “always in motion” mobility continue to shift users from conventional modes and the on-airport facilitates that support them. Fully autonomous vehicles are coming to the frontage and on the aprons along with new emerging modes of aviation. Airports will face challenges of how best to adapt their facilities and operations to these changes which will include managing capacity, operating efficiently, ensuring resiliency, and identifying new streams of revenue.
The symposium offers highly technical content for airport professionals of all disciplines and experience levels. Workshops include a balanced mix of presentations and interactive discussions between subject matter experts and participants on a broad range of topics. Technical tracks cover planning, terminal/landside, engineering/airside, and program management/construction management, as well as two minitracks featuring interactive workshops on the airport terminal of the future, and workshops on enhancing diversity at the workplace in airport projects.