Methods of Imposing Restrictions on Land Management in Planning of an Airport's Transport Infrastructure

D.S. Dobryak, I.O. Novakovska, K.D. Nikolaiev, L.R. Skrypnyk
2019 IOP Conference Series: Materials Science and Engineering  
Aviation transport can have a significant impact on the environmental conditions of land adjacent to the airport. To achieve the purpose of the article, a set of general scientific and special methods of research was used, in particular: monographic analysis, abstract-logical, systematic approach, calculation and graphical, mathematical. The concept of ecological and economic assessment of land management restrictions for airport infrastructure is analyzed, since the legal regime and the
more » ... gime and the specificity of their use are strictly regulated by legislative norms and standards. The assessment of constraints on the functioning of airport infrastructure should reveal the impact of transport accessibility on the environment of the airport and the growth of the economic development of the neighboring region. The need to model the future demand for motor transport around airports is justified, which requires the accuracy of forecasting any future trips to airports, for example, due to economic profit after the increase in local traffic, driven by population growth, demand for real estate ownership and business development. The principles of open space preservation and integration with adjacent transport routes are considered, taking into account the aesthetic expediency and meeting the needs of the population when forecasting, planning and designing the airport infrastructure. Preservation of the open space around the airport shall be controlled constantly to ensure proper functioning and development of the approach roads thereto. The results of the study are proposals for the implementation and application of the following principles of environmental and economic assessment of design solutions in the context of the interconnected operation of the aviation enterprise and territory around the aerodrome.
doi:10.1088/1757-899x/708/1/012003 fatcat:q2fx55fkxjfphmhrmornq74ptq