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  1. Oakland Airport ConnectorAutomated People Mover forOakland Coliseum BART to Oakland International Airport Elie Jalkh Marwan Bejjani Steve Raney

  2. Why? • Airport: Doubling capacity. Increasing market share. • Hegenberger, 98th Street - low LOS • Parking shortage • City of Oakland: Redevelopment • BART: part of ’50’s plan. Unused capacity.

  3. Map

  4. Alameda County Measure B Sales Tax • Specified APM – airport sensitive about traffic • Only Sierra Club opposed (cost effectiveness) • Cost given as $130M • “Knew it would cost twice as much” • $232M and counting • Scrambling for $

  5. September 11 • Air passengers up 14% Oct ’01 vs ‘00 • Airport station security

  6. Rider experience • 48% air passengers have carry on bags • Not fastest mode, but most reliable • Hwy 880 LOS F • Faster from SF to OAK than SFO • Closer than parking, moving walkways, 2 floors down • Seamless ticketing

  7. AirBART / Quality Bus • Profitable • 750,000 trips per year, 6.2% share • Not given a fair shot in EIR • Signal control, increased service will happen • Worst case trip time.

  8. TOD • Metroport: 1.3M sq feet, 300 hotel rooms, parking • BART station: transit village, Hope IV, offices • More

  9. Parking – 40% of OAK revenue • OAK losing 2,000 spaces • Coliseum BART parking – free for day trips • BART paid overnite parking • New development has competing parking • OAK plans to add 2 lots w/ bus.

  10. Economics / Feasibility • 13 mi BART trip on average: $2.15 • From EIR numbers, does not cover debt service • 16% share is high. (Reagan: 14%, Atlanta: 8%) • Annual trip growth • $232M construction. All BART projects more • Low fares: OAC  $3, BART  inflation Millions

  11. Multiple agencies cooperating • Conflict over airport station • Marketing • Construction, traffic impact • Conflict over strategy

  12. Recommendation: APM is good • Covers operating costs – improves BART utilization at “low” cost • Without APM, Metroport won’t be built • Without removing cars, TOD and air passenger growth would stall • TOD is crucial for Oakland • THE END.

  13. AirBART Ridership Statistics • 1999 • 463,057 riders • 4.68% of airline passengers • 2000 • 573,728 riders (24% growth from 1999) • 5.40% of airline passengers • 2001 • 284,056 riders (through May) • Over 750,000 riders anticipated for 2001 • 6.10% of airline passengers (through May)

  14. Terminal Expansion ProgramWhy Expand? • 7.0 MAP Comfortable current terminal capacity • 11.3 MAP Approximate current passenger load • 17.7 MAP 2010 passenger load* • 25.1 MAP 2020 passenger load* *Regional Airport System Plan Update 2000, Volume II, (Regional Airport Planning Committee, February 2001) MAP = million annual passengers

  15. Terminal Expansion Program Dual-level curbside roadway Parking garage Two-level terminal Central concessions hall Retain Terminal 1 and Terminal 2 gates

  16. BART-OAK ConnectorStation Location • Minimize vertical transitions • Minimize walking distances • Eliminate crossing roadways at-grade • Locate station as close as possible to security checkpoint • Locate station as close or closer to the terminal as most convenient parking space

  17. BART-OAK ConnectorFunding • Port of Oakland: $25 million in PFCs • Eligibility: project must “preserve or enhance capacity of the national air transportation system” • Port of Oakland must own/acquire right-of-way • Project must primarily serve the Airport (passengers and employees)

  18. BART-OAK ConnectorOther Considerations • Structural separation • Construction phasing coordination