Programs

Studies - Plans - Reports

2020 Colorado Aviation System Plan & Economic Impact Study

The Colorado Aviation System Plan (CASP) and Colorado Aviation Economic Impact Study (CEIS) are two critical tools used to assist the Colorado Department of Transportation's (CDOT's) Division of Aeronautics as they execute their roles and responsibilities supporting the Colorado Aeronautical Board (CAB).

Pavement Evaluation & Management (Airport PCI Evaluations)

This program presents the results of the 2019 update of the Colorado Department of Transportation, Aeronautics Division pavement management system. During this project, the runway, taxiway, apron, and helipad pavements at selected airports in Colorado were evaluated.

Colorado Mountain Airport Study

Through coordination with the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA), the Colorado Department of Transportation – Division of Aeronautics (CDOT) conducted an update of the 2003 Colorado Mountain Airport Study. The 2010 Colorado Mountain Airport Study updates and expands on the unique aspects and challenges that Colorado mountain airports face. Over the last 7 years, the Colorado Mountain Airport System (CMAS) continued to grow and prosper, and it is important to demonstrate the value that these 14 airports provide to both the State and FAA in terms of investment.


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