California Aviation System Plan
The CASP Project (Project) has been completed for each subject area below:
- Policy and Regulations
- Infrastructure and Safety
- Economics and Funding
- Future Trends and Needs
- Mobility and Access
- Land Use and Sustainability
Each subject area is now a chapter in the Project's draft report.
Introduction from Aeronautics Division Chief Amy Choi
CASP 2020 Preliminary
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The CASP was first introduced in 1989 when codified in California Public Utilities Code section 21702 but has not kept pace with California transportation planning. Likewise, FAA Advisory Circular 150/5070-7, The Airport System Planning Process, has evolved without an updated approach in California. The purpose for updating the CASP is to better align aviation planning from the perspectives of both the FAA and the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) to positively demonstrate that aviation is an integral part of California’s multimodal transportation system.
An upcoming public comment period will include online sessions; plans and dates are in progress.
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CASP 2020 presents a comprehensive progression for all California airports to evaluate aviation and contribute to the California Transportation Plan (CTP) 2050.