TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Report 180: Guidebook for Quantifying Airport Ground Access Vehicle Activity for Emissions Modeling reviews the regulatory framework and significance of ground access vehicle (GAV) emissions in an airport setting. GAVs, such as private vehicles, taxis, shuttles, rental cars, and delivery vehicles, can be significant contributors to airport emissions and are often included in airport air quality studies. This report develops guidance for quantifying airport GAV activity for the purposes of emissions modeling.
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Table of Contents
|Chapter 1 - Introduction and Background||2-4|
|Chapter 2 - Computer Models||5-6|
|Chapter 3 - Airport GAV Fleet and Operational Characteristics||7-10|
|Chapter 4 - Airport GAV Infrastructure||11-12|
|Chapter 5 - Emissions Model Data Requirements||13-23|
|Chapter 6 - Data Collection and Development||24-37|
|Frequently Asked Questions||42-44|
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