The Airport Development Plan (ADP) is the next master planning phase for San Diego International Airport, and will enable the airport to meet demand through 2035. As the planning process continues, the Airport Authority is hosting a community open house to provide an overview of the ADP and the four existing alternatives and to share a new fifth concept.
The ADP considers:
- The future of Terminal 1
- Redevelopment of the former Teledyne-Ryan property
- Input to SANDAG as it plans for effective intermodal transportation facilities
- Creation of new non-airline revenue opportunities
Tuesday, July 14, 2015 at 4 p.m. and 6 p.m.
The same presentation will be repeated twice that evening. The public can attend whichever time is most convenient for them.
San Diego International Airport, Former Commuter Terminal, Second Floor Orville and Wilbur Wright Conference Rooms 3225 North Harbor Drive, San Diego, CA 92101 Parking available in Commuter Terminal lot; parking will be validated.
Keith Wilschetz, Director of Airport Planning & Noise Mitigation, San Diego County Regional Airport Authority
Extensive public outreach has been under way since spring 2014 and will continue as staff and consultants work toward a preferred concept for the Airport Authority Board’s consideration. The Airport Authority is seeking input from residents and airport stakeholders on the alternatives. It is expected that the entire ADP planning and environmental process will conclude in 2017.
For more information on the Airport Development Plan, visit www.san.org/ADP.