SFO Tomorrow

SFO Tomorrow

 

What does the future of SFO look like? How many more guests will we welcome? What types of facilities will be needed to accommodate the next generation of travelers?

 

To answer these questions, SFO has completed the Draft Final Airport Development Plan 2016 (ADP), a proposed roadmap to guide long-term development at SFO. The Recommended ADP identifies a collection of ADP Projects that would be required to accommodate up to 71.1 million annual passengers and more than 500,000 annual aircraft operations, the estimated maximum capacity of the existing airfield.

SFO is planning for the future. Recommended passenger terminal projects include redevelopment of the International Terminal Building, improved connectivity between terminals, a revamped baggage handling system, and a new international boarding area. Landside projects include new facilities to improve ground access to and from the Airport, additional parking facilities, and a new rental car center. Airside projects address airfield efficiency and taxiway geometry(1).

SFO’s prior Master Plan, approved by the Airport Commission in 1992, planned for the Airport’s growth up to approximately 51 million annual passengers.  A number of significant capital projects were completed or are in the process of being implemented under the Master Plan, including the International Terminal Building, the AirTrain system, Terminal 2 renovation, Terminal 1 redevelopment, hotel development, and administrative office development. Building on ongoing projects at SFO, the Recommended ADP sets the stage for the SFO of tomorrow.

The Draft Final ADP technical report is available for review.

(1)No runway expansion is proposed as part of the Recommended ADP.

 

Future Facilities Overview

Future Facilities Overview