The SDCRAA is proposing the next master planning phase for SDIA, in accordance with a new ADP. The ADP provides a development framework to implement improvements that will enable the airport to accommodate future demand for air travel anticipated to occur at SDIA. The primary elements include: 1) replacement of terminal 1 with a new terminal of up to 30 gates; 2) development of circulation and roadway improvements to enhance vehicle travel to the existing and proposed terminals from North Harbor Dr, including a new airport entry road for inbound vehicle traffic; 3) modifications to terminal 2, including the addition of a new west concourse and replacement of terminal 2 east with a linear concourse connector between terminal 2 west and the new terminal 1; 4) airfield taxiway improvements and new remain overnight aircraft parking areas; 5) a potential commercial development opportunity to complement the terminal function of the replacement terminal 1 facility; 6) development of a 5-story, 7,500 space parking structure adjacent to the new terminal 1; and 7) other related improvements, such as replacement of the airport authority's admin offices that would be displaced by the new terminal 1, and various infrastructure improvements.
Transportation:Air/Heliport (San Diego Intl Airport)
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