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Greening the Airport Landside Area: Light Rail Rapid Transit Access System

  • Milan Janić
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Part of the Green Energy and Technology book series (GREEN)

Abstract

Many airports worldwide, particularly large airports, are increasingly being faced with requirements relating to approval of plans for expansion of airside and landside infrastructure to accommodate the perceived traffic growth efficiently, effectively, and safely. This implies that each such expansion, in order to get approval, must be at least environmentally neutral in terms of increased local noise, emissions of greenhouse gases, airside and landside congestion, land take (use), and safety in terms of traffic incidents/accidents.

Keywords

Market Share Trip Purpose Public Transport System Light Rail Transit Passenger Demand 
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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Transport and Planning, Faculty of Civil Engineering and GeosciencesDelft University of TechnologyCN DelftThe Netherlands

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