TRB's Airport Cooperative Research Program (ACRP) Research Report 193: Strategies for Airports to Reduce Local Stormwater Utility Fees offers airports guidance in managing the stormwater-related utility fees that many local governments charge to help finance their capital and operating expenses. U.S. airports are experiencing a trend of local governments charging and increasing fees to operate and maintain stormwater infrastructure. These trends are having a growing impact on airport budgets. This report identifies, evaluates, and implements strategies for managing stormwater fees based on each agency's unique situation.
Table of Contents
|Introduction - How to Use This Guidebook||1-2|
|Chapter 1 - Understanding Stormwater Fees at Airports||3-17|
|Chapter 2 - Strategies for Fee Mitigation for Airports Anticipating Stormwater Fees||18-32|
|Chapter 3 - Strategies for Fee Mitigation for Airports Paying Stormwater Fees||33-48|
|References and Further Reading||49-50|
|Case Studies: Strategies for Reducing Local Stormwater Fees for Airports||51-62|
|Appendix A - Understanding the Regulatory Context||63-67|
|Appendix B - Example Calculations of Stormwater Fees and Credits||68-71|
|Appendix C - Tools to Prepare for a Stormwater Fee||72-74|
|Appendix D - Tracking Stormwater Fees||75-76|
|Appendix E - Tracking Credits||77-78|
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