The October 29, 2013 presentation to the City Council regarding the proposed replacement terminal and the development of the 58 acre opportunity site is available on the linkBurbank Resources page.
You may also view the presentation, Council discussion, and public comment on the City website. Click on the link below to view the meeting.
City Council meeting.
On Tuesday October 29th at 6:00 PM in the Council Chambers of Burbank City Hall the City Council will meet to review the proposed configuration of a 14-gate replacement airport terminal and conceptual opportunity site development scenario. A joint presentation will also be made by Airport and City Staff.
The staff report is available at this link: Staff Report
The exhibits to the staff report are available at this link: Exhibits
The community workshop held on September 26, 2013 at the Burbank Airpoirt Marriott Hotel had approximately 50 particpants in addition to City and Airport staff. The full presentation from that workshop is now available on the Resources page.
Following-up on the first LinkBurbank workshop held in June 2013, the City will host a second workshop for the community to provide input on the future of a significant opportunity in the study area – a 58-acre site controlled by the Airport, with a half-mile of frontage along the west side of Hollywood Way. (This site is part of the commonly referred to B6 Property and also known as the Trust Property.) At the workshop you will be able to review preliminary ideas, participate in discussions, and share your point of view regarding the future of this 58-Acre Opportunity Site.
The workshop is open to the public and we urge you to invite your friends and neighbors.
Workshop details are as follows:
5:30 – Open House
6:05 – Overview Presentation
6:25 – Discussion/visioning exercises
7:05 – Public Q&A/comments
Thursday, September 26, 5:30 – 7:30 PM
Burbank Airport Marriott
Burbank and Hollywood Rooms
2500 North Hollywood Way
Burbank, California 91505
Enter on Thornton Avenue or Hollywood Way. Parking will be validated.
The location is also served by Metro Bus Lines 94, 222 and 794.
Please note additional future opportunities to provide input:
October 1 – Town Hall, Luther Burbank Middle School, 7:00 PM
October 10 – Airport Town Hall, Bob Hope Airport, 6:00 PM
October 29 – City Council, Burbank City Hall, 6:00 PM
November 14 – Joint Airport and City Session, Community Services Building, 150 N. Third Street, 6:00 PM
For additional information, please email Patrick Prescott at email@example.com
The presentation for the September 10, 2013 City Council Airport Noise Study Session is now available at the linkBurbank.com Resources page.
As part of the ongoing program to obtain community input and comments, the Burbank Bob Hope Airport will host a public workshop focusing on the current terminal and the initial vision for a replacement terminal. The workshop is open to the public at no charge. It will take place on September 16 at 6:00 p.m. in the Burbank Bob Hope Airport Skyroom, on the second floor of Terminal A. Parking structure tickets will be validated.
Thank you to everyone who attended, participated, and provided valuable feedback at the June public workshop. Your input and suggestions have been summarized in the Summer 2013 Public Outreach and Workshop Summary Report. The report and appendices are now available to review online. These are also available (along with previously uploaded materials) on our Resources page.
The City will conduct a study session on the Aiport Noise Program at the City Council meeting of Tuesday, September 10 at 6 PM. Please note that this study session will take place during the regular Council meeting and will not be during the normal study session time of 5 PM.
This is an interesting article about connecting aiports to Amtrak. The article mentions Burbank Bob Hope Airport as one of two airports in the nation at which there is a connection between Amtrak and an aiport.
The Miami Intermodal Center — a $2 billion hub for air, rail, transit, and car travel — will be completed sometime late this year or early next. When that time comes, people traveling through Miami International Airport will be able to do something very rare in American transportation. They’ll be able to arrive at or leave the airport on Amtrak.
That’s only true at two other major airports across the country: Newark International in New Jersey, and Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, California.
The U.S. Government Accountability Office doesn’t expect that list to become longer anytime soon. In a report released earlier this week, the agency cites a number of barriers to the integration of air and intercity rail service in the United States — cost, density, and car dependency among them. The GAO concludes that very few corridors outside the Northeast could improve this intermodal access enough to make the effort worth everyone’s while:
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