San Diego County Regional Airport Authority, California

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The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority faces several key infrastructure challenges, including managing and upgrading its aging airport facilities and infrastructure, increasing capacity to meet growing demand for air travel, improving access to public transit and other transportation options, ensuring compliance with federal safety and security regulations, and managing the impacts of climate change on airport operations. Additionally, the authority must balance the need for infrastructure improvements with the cost of these projects, while also providing high-quality air travel services and supporting economic growth and development in the San Diego region.

San Diego County Regional Airport Authority

Sample Highlights from the Capital Improvement Plan

Project ID

Project Title

Project Start Year

Project Description

Project Spend Total

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Project Satus


EVSE for GSE at New T1 Phase 1b (11 Gates)


“Project will furnish and install electric vehicle charging stations at 11
gates in the New T1. This phase will install 22 dualport units
providing 44 ports and additional units at the corral. This will help to
fulfill New T1 EIR Mitigation Measure and the Authority’s Carbon
Neutrality Plan & Clean Transportation Plan”



Not Started


Upgrade Aircraft Noise Monitoring System


“Upgrade system with new hardware/software on 23 existing sites and
build a new permanent noise monitoring site offsite near east end of
airfield. This will provide for improved noise monitoring capabilities for
the Authority.”



Not Started


Replace 2 ARFF Vehicles


“Project will replace two SAN Aircraft Rescue & Fire Fighting Vehicles
with vehicles equipped with 3,000 gallons water, 420 gallons of AFFF
and 500 lbs. of dry chemical.”



Not Started


Access Control System at Perimeter Fence


“Project will install Access Control System Infrastructure along the
north side perimeter fence from the ILS area adjacent to cross taxiway
B10 to the ARFF station, including fiber, rack room, CCTV and cameras.”





“Admiral Boland Way Murals Public Art”


“Project provides an on-going opportunity for artistic design and
enhancement to be integrated along the north end of the Admiral
Boland Way”



Not Started

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