Report of the St. Louis Airport Investigation-Phase II,
PEAT MARWICK MITCHELL AND CO SAN FRANCISCO CA
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Based on forecasts of aviation activity presented in earlier reports under this contract, the Phase II investigation is a comparison of alternatives to meet the demand for air service in St. Louis. The study evaluated alternative transfer dates for initiation of air service from a proposed site near Columbia-Waterloo, Illinois, at 1985, 1990, 1995, and 2000. The evaluation considered economic and noneconomic impacts. Analyses were conducted of airport construction costs, airfield operations costs, airport access facilities costs, airport access travel costs, aircraft noise, air pollution, natural environment impacts, and community development and land use impacts. A financial evaluation was also conducted. A number of sensitivity analyses were also conducted to assist in comparing the alternatives.
- Commercial and General Aviation