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ACRP 01-35: TNCS: IMPACTS TO AIRPORT REVENUES AND OPERATIONS AUGUST 19, 2019 FINAL DRAFT DELIVERABLE Reference Guide Acknowledgments Acknowledgment of Sponsorship This work was sponsored by the Federal Aviation Administration and was conducted in the Airport Cooperative Research Program, which is administered by the Transportation Research Board of the National Academies of Sciences, Engineering, and Medicine. Disclaimer This is an uncorrected draft as submitted by the contractor. The opinions and conclusions expressed or implied herein are those of the contractor. They are not necessarily those of the Transportation Research Board, the Academies, or the program sponsors. Author Acknowledgments The research team would like to express its gratitude to the members of the panel for their support, insights, and advice throughout the duration of the project. Theresia Schatz, Senior Program Officer, supported the work at critical stages and guided the research team through the various tasks and panel meetings. Craig Leiner was the Principal Investigator from Ricondo and Thomas J. Adler, Ph.D. from RSG was the Co-Principal Investigator. Ricondo led the research on best operational practices and revenue impacts. Other contributors from Ricondo included James Jarvis, Caldwell Kerr, Trevor Klatko, Darrin McKenna and Mark Taylor. RSG led the research related to the survey of airports, model development and programming of the simulation tool. RSG contributors included Alex Levin, Greg Spitz, and Matthew Coogan. Other subconsultants who contributed were Megan S. Ryerson, Ph. D., and Bruce Schaller, Schaller Consulting. The research team is grateful for the data, perspectives and materials shared by airport operators, particularly the following airport staff who participated in telephone or on-site interviews: Ben Carpenter, Manager of Landside Operations, Reno-Tahoe International Airport; Angus Davol, Senior Transportation Planner, San Francisco International Airport; David S. Galloway, Ground Transportation Manager, Dallas-Fort Worth International Airport; Herald Hensley, Acting Senior Vice President of Parking and Transportation Systems, Denver International Airport; Steven J. Holes, Manager of Commercial Vehicle Operations, Metropolitan Airports Commission; Jason Miles, Planning Manager, Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport; Dawn Romitz, Manager of Terminal Operations, Pittsburgh International Airport; Houssam Sleiman, P.E., Director of Capital Programs and Environmental Affairs, Massachusetts Port Authority; Shirlene Sue, Manager, Landside Management & Airport Permits, Los Angeles World Airports; Jeffrey Wolf, Senior Manager, Aviation Business Development, Port of Seattle. Industry stakeholders who contributed to the effort included Bakari Brock, Sr. Director, City Partnerships, Lyft; Rob Mitchell, Airports Business Development Lead, Uber; and Ray Mundy, Executive Director, Airport Ground Transportation Association.