1967-02-01

Airport Accessibility - A Growing Problem in the Jet Age 670322

Airports are rapidly growing as generators of transportation demand -- to a point at which there is a substantial question as to the adequacy and ability of highway networks to serve future ground access needs as well as other metropolitan area travel needs. New and innovative approaches must be considered, including extensions of rail facilities to airports, exclusive bus lanes on existing or planned highways, and possible use of combination bus-rail vehicles when convenient rail trackage is available. Each possibility has advantages and disadvantages which must be taken into account by local areas in considering ways to meet the foreseeable need.

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