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30 F I NA NC I NG S U R FA C E TR A NSPOR TA TION IN T HE U NIT ED ST A T ES a synopsis of a value capture study on the Potomac Yard enue bonds and operating funds. He then presented five Metrorail Station (located in Virginia) and discussed the case studies on which funding sources were used or are innovative approach associated with that project. planned for projects enhancing rail access to airports, including the Bay Area Rapid Transit extension to San Francisco International Airport; the Metropolitan Area Collaborative Funding to Facilitate Express light rail line to Portland (Oregon) International Airport Ground Access Airport; the Miami Intermodal Center at Miami (Flor- ida) International Airport; the Airtrain People Mover at Geoffrey Gosling of Aviation System Consulting, LLC, John F. Kennedy International Airport, New York; and made the final presentation of the session. He discussed the Oakland Airport Connector People Mover at Oak- collaborative funding to facilitate ground airport access. land (California) International Airport. The presentation He described the key funding sources that can be used was based on a study being performed by the Mineta for airport ground access projects, including the Airport Transportation Institute at San Jos State University, Improvement Program, PFC revenue, and airport rev- with a report anticipated for publication in early 2011.