The work will include constructing an interim 15,000 square-foot, single story customer service building, paved parking, lighting, fencing, landscaping, and five (5) vehicle quick-turn-around facilities, each consisting of a fueling dispensing island, covered by a canopy, a 12,000 gallon above-ground fuel tank, and enclosed car wash. The temporary relocation of customer pick-up and drop-off as well as rental car company service facilities was contemplated as a component of the Airport Development Program (ADP). The ADP consists of the following project components: terminal expansion (addition of 12 gates and other terminal support facilities), landside access projects (including new or expanded road improvements from I-880 and across Oakland Airport to connect with Harbor Bay Parkway), airline and airfield support (including airline maintenance facility expansion), air cargo relocation and facility development and airfield improvements. In 1997 and 1999, the Board of Port Commissioners certified an environmental impact report and supplement to the environmental impact report (collectively, the EIR) for the Airport Development Program. The interim rental car facility is required to be relocated to construct the garage. These projects are now necessitated by increased needs for airport security to comply with FAA-mandated restrictions that prohibit parking within 300 feet of terminal buildings.