JFK AirTrain JFK PB

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JOHN F. KENNEDY INTERNATIONAL AIRPORT ACCESS PROGRAM

AirTrain JFK is an 8.1-mile people mover system that links the airport’s nine passenger terminals to one another, to rental car areas and long-term and employee parking, and to the Long Island Rail Road and New York City subway system. The on-airport portion consists of a two-mile loop linking the passenger terminals with a 3.4-mile extension to airport terminals, short term parking garages, parking car rental facilities and long-term and employee parking lots.

The line runs to the Howard Beach subway station, 12 minutes from the airport. From Howard Beach, passengers are able to connect to the A train, which serves Brooklyn, Queens, and Manhattan. The project also included a three-mile extension north to Jamaica Station and a rehabilitation of the station to permit passengers to take the Long Island Rail Road or E or J subway lines. The Light Rail System was a fully automated system using the most advanced, yet fully service proven rail technology available.

The preliminary design of the guide-way structures was performed by Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglass (PBQD). PACOTECH™ worked with PBQD engineers and Port Authority engineering staff to provide project cost accounting, scheduling, MIS/LAN administration, and document control services regarding all technical design and construction aspects of the project.

Agency:
Port Authority of New York & New Jersey
New York, NY

Client:
Parsons Brinckerhoff Quade & Douglas JV

Project Value:
$1.9 Billion

Contract Value:
$4.9 Million

Project Period:
1994 – 2003

Contact/Reference:
Michael J. Cuddy, P.E.
Vice President, Parsons Brinckerhoff
Project Manager, Airport Access Program
Tel: 212-465-5000
Cell: 718-244-4380
E-mail: cuddy@pbworld.com

Services Provided:
Accounting
Scheduling
Cost Control
Document Control
MIS/LAN Administration

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