Airports in the Region

The Divisions Council continues to advance the Airports in the Region (AIR) initiative, originally endorsed by the Divisions Council in 2004. Since then, work activities have continued sporadically.

Planners and Planes: Airports and Land-Use Compatibility

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PAS Report 562

The premise of this PAS Report is that airport planners and community planners must work together as partners during the development of planning processes in order to weave a community's vision, strategies, and values together with those embedded in airport planning. The Divisions Council chose to augment this report by developing a series of case studies focused on planning outside of and around airports.

Case Studies on Planning Around Airports

Crystal City Plan Feasibility Study, Arlington, Virginia: Planning for Redevelopment near Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport

Destination Lindbergh: Collaboration and Vision to Meet San Diego’s Mobility Needs

Compatible Land Use Planning for Areas Adjacent to Airports: Indianapolis, Indiana