FAA Airport Programs - International Right of Way Association

Report
FAA Airports Programs
International Right-of-Way Association
Federal Agency Update
Washington, DC
March 12, 2013
Rick Etter
Airports Acquisition Specialist
FAA, Office of Airport Planning and Programming
Federal Aviation
Administration
FAA Airport Programs
•
FAA Airports Program Outlook 2013
• Funding Levels
• Policy Changes
• New Programs
•
Airport Land Acquisition/Management
• Typical Projects
• Noise land disposal options.
• Mineral Extraction (Shale Gas)
•
Update of FAA Guidance and Airport Improvement Program
(AIP) Resources
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
2
FAA Modernization and Reform Act of 2012
• Airport Improvement Program (AIP) Funding
• 4 Year Authorization (2012 – 2015),
Enacted 2/14/2012
• Authorized AIP Funding at $13.4 billion over 4 years
($3.35 billion/yr)
• 2014 Budget Request @ $2.4 billion AIP
Status Quo
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
3
New Policy / Changed Requirements
• Changed Noise Land Disposal Requirements
• Acquired noise land may be retained indefinitely for noise buffer
instead of disposal/sale
• Land Sale Proceeds applied to Eligible Projects / Expenses
• Airports may update inventory and re-use plans for new options
• FAA Updated Guidance to be Issued April 2013
• Pilot Program For Redevelopment of Acquired Noise Land (PGL 1304)
• New Energy Efficiency / Sustainability Programs for Airports
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
4
How is an Airport Project defined?
• Includes all necessary components & tasks to provide required
functional utility, satisfying the Overall Development Objective
(ODO)
 One ODO for single or multi-phase
project
 Runway extension (ODO) may include:
• Environmental Assessment
• Project Design
• Land Acquisition (Concurrent/Prior)
• Relocating NAVAIDS
• Parallel Taxiway
• Hold Apron
• Construction of Extension
• Lighting, Marking, Signage, etc
• Commissioned
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
5
Land Acquisition / Management
Typical Airport Land Acquisition Project
• Airport Runway Standards
• Safety areas (on airport)
• Runway Protection Zone (fee interest preferred)
• Approaches (easements, local zoning/land use controls)
• Expansion
• Extended or New Runway (PVD, FLL,PHL,ORD)
• Noise Compatibility/Mitigation
• Buy-out of homes within moderate/high airport noise
contour
• New Airports
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
6
Land Acquisition / Management
 On airport Gas and Oil development
• Increased Solicitation of Airport Owners in Shale Gas Plays
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
7
Land Acquisition / Management
 “It’s an Airport not a Gas/oil Field”
• Any exploration or development on Airport Surface Land must be
subordinated to FAA Safety and Operations Standards and
Requirements.
• Gas and oil leases must restrict access and use of airport operational
and aeronautical development land. (No drill zones defined)
• Airport Design and Construction Rules must be applied. (airspace,
hazard elimination/prevention, environmental compliance, etc).
• FAA must Approve Changes to the Airport Layout Plan (ALP).
• Lease is Contingent on ALP approval
• NEPA Review for FAA Approval
• Gas and Oil leases terms and provisions must be at Fair Market Value
(Signing bonus, royalty, surface land rents, terms and expiration
provisions.)
• National Guidance to be Issued
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
8
FAA Airport Improvement Program Guidance
New FAA AIP Handbook, FAA Order 5100.38 D
Project and cost eligibility for AIP reimbursement.
Development Projects
Noise Compatibility Projects
Grant Assurances (Federal strings)
Grant application and acceptance requirements.
Other Guidance being updated:
Land Acquisition and Relocation Assistance – December 2013
Airport Compatible Land Use – March 2014
Gas/oil Development on Obligated Airport Land – September 2013
Airport Land Project Certification System (CDROM) September 2013
http://www.faa.gov/airports/
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
9
Thank You!
Rick Etter
FAA Airports Acquisition Specialist
202-267-8773
[email protected]
IRWA Federal Agency Update
March 12, 2013
Washington, DC
Federal Aviation
Administration
10

similar documents