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7 at Airports: Recommended Approach); Chapter 6, Section 6.2 2.4 Other ACRP Reports (Measures for Planning and Designing Airport APM Systems); and Chapter 7 (Implementing an Airport APM Performance ACRP carries out applied research on problems that are Measures Program). These individuals should familiarize shared by airport operating agencies. It undertakes research themselves with this content to be prepared to appropriately and other technical activities in a variety of airport subject structure O&M contracts requiring performance measures to areas, including design, construction, maintenance, opera- be tied to compensation and to understand how the measures tions, safety, security, policy, planning, human resources, and that will be tracked and reported during the O&M phase of an administration. ACRP produces a series of research reports airport APM system will affect and drive the planning and de- such as this guidebook for use by airport operators, govern- sign of future expansions or new systems at the airport. ment agencies, and other interested parties to disseminate Those individuals who are responsible for collecting, findings. tracking, calculating, and reporting the airport APM perfor This guidebook is a follow-on document to ACRP Report 37: mance measures will benefit from the content in Chapter 5 Guidebook for Planning and Implementing Automated People (Performance Measures for APM Systems at Airports: Recom- Mover Systems at Airports. Other ACRP research reports and mended Approach); Chapter 6, Section 6.1 (Internal Measures projects that deal with performance measurement are: for Assessing and Improving Performance of Airport APM Systems); and Chapter 7 (Implementing an Airport APM ACRP Report 19: Developing an Airport Performance Measure- Performance Measures Program). These individuals will need ment System; to be intricately familiar with the details of the content in these ACRP Report 19A: Resource Guide to Airport Performance chapters since the mechanics of the performance measures are Indicators; and contained therein and since they will be the ones responsible ACRP Project 02-28, "Airport Sustainability Practices: Tools for for the accurate calculation and reporting of the measures. Evaluating, Measuring, and Implementing" (in process).