Published on October 20, 2008
Slide 1: Alternative Fuel Vehicles NGV Conference October 9, 2006 Sky Harbor International Airport Janice Jacobo Landside Superintendent Slide 2: Owned and Operated by City of Phoenix 3 Airports: Sky Harbor, DVT, GYT More than 31,000 on-Airport Employees Over 800 Aviation Department Employees Economic Impact of $26.2 Billion PHX Airport System Info Slide 3: One of the top ten airports in the world for aircraft operations One of the top ten airports in the U.S. for passengers More than 1300 take-offs and landings per day More than 41 million passengers annually PHX Airport System Info Awards & Honors : 2004 Valley Forward Association Environmental Report Card Phoenix is only community to win A’s in all 5 categories 2003 Clean Cities Program Honored for its ten year partnership with a CNG provider. 2 of the nation's highest volume, public access CNG fueling stations Awards & Honors Slide 5: Recent Projects Rental Car Center (RCC) Slide 6: Future Projects Automated People Mover (APM) Slide 7: Future Projects West Terminal Slide 8: 3 Contracted Taxicab Companies Allstate Cab, Discount Cab, AAA Cab: 174 CNG Taxicabs Ground Transportation Slide 9: SuperShuttle currently has 90 CNG vans Ground Transportation Slide 10: 1998: First contract for CNG bus fleet. Originally started with sixteen 40-ft. buses. Current fleet of 98 CNG Buses- 62 Rental Car Center (RCC)- 36 Inter-Terminal & Employee Terminal, Employee, & RCC Buses Slide 11: Total of 176 AFVs: 68 dedicated CNG 108 CNG/Fuel/Electric Combo Use 267 units CNG daily Aviation Dept. Fleet Slide 12: West Station built in 1994 Pumps 900 units per hour East Station built in 2001 Pumps 1000 units per hour WEST EAST Aviation Dept. Stations Slide 13: Bus Maintenance Facility (BMF) built in 2005 Pumps 972 units per hour BMF Aviation Dept. Stations Slide 14: OUR GOAL Provide a safe, secure travel environment that is environmentally friendly , convenient and efficient to the customers of the Phoenix Airport System. Summary Slide 15: Thank You!