What is the Ultimate Build-out for Lindbergh Field?
Destination Lindbergh was a comprehensive analysis led by a regional policy group
to determine how best to achieve three goals: (1) optimize the airport, (2) improve
transit to the airport region-wide and (3) reduce traffic congestion in the vicinity
of the airport. The Ad Hoc Airport Regional Policy Committee considered ground transportation,
an intermodal facility, passenger terminal, airfield/airspace, environment, financial
feasibility and regional development issues to ultimately produce a Draft Concept
for the long-term development of Lindbergh Field. On March 23, 2009, the Airport
Authority Board accepted the Destination Lindbergh Draft Concept for public distribution
and further directed that an invitation be sent to all stakeholders for future planning,
and that the Concept establish benchmarks for operations, an economic turnaround
and transit ridership.
Click here to view the final Executive Committee presentation
by Airport Authority Planning Director Keith Wilschetz.
All other meeting documentation related to Destination Lindbergh can be found in