The analysis of conflicts over the location of airports near major population centres
University of Toronto, York University, Joint Program in Transporation, 1984 - Transportation - 108 pages
Appendices: A. The conflict over the development of Tokyo's International Airport. B. A second major airport for Miami. C. The proposed expansion of Vancouver International Airport. D. The proposal to use Toronto Island Airport as a commercial STOL-port.
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Chapter One Introduction
Chapter Three A MultiParticipant Approach
Chapter Five A General Strategic Analysis
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Air Carriers aircraft airlines airport expansion airport for Toronto airport location conflicts airport location problems airport opponents Airport Planning Committee airport proposal airports near major alternatives argued Art Eggleton aviation Big Cypress Swamp Collier County Community Forum construction cost-benefit analysis costs County Port Authority Dade County Port decision-making process economic effects environmental evaluation eventually example expansion of Vancouver federal government Governments and Government GVRD instrument landing system Japanese government land large number levels of government linked decision situations location of airports major airport major population centres Miami International Airport Montreal International Airport municipalities Narita National Park obviously opposed phase pipeline possible proposed airport Radford regional resolution process Richmond Roskill Commission second airport security level STOL-port strategic outcome Supporting tactical choices tactical outcome third London airport third runway Tokyo Toronto City Council Toronto Island Airport training facility Transport Canada Vancouver International Airport veto power