Topic: Where to next with airport ground access?
Historically, most of the world’s largest airports have relied heavily on road-based transport for customer access and egress. The private car (both parking and pickup/drop-off) and taxi have performed most of this task. However, this model is being disrupted. Ride share operators took everyone by surprise, capturing a material share of the taxi market and creating a range of challenges for airports (i.e. provision of infrastructure and ground transport revenue impacts). It will only get more complicated with the growth of pooled ride share, connected and autonomous vehicles, and aerial taxis.
Drawing on insights from L.E.K. Consulting’s forthcoming report on the future of airport ground access, this session will cover:
- How will ground access mode shares change over time and what will be the impact on airport ground transport, aviation and travel revenues?
- What does it mean for the future provision of ground transport infrastructure and services?
- Should airports invest in mass transit or other high-occupancy solutions?
- What is the role of the airport in the ground transport customer experience?
- What are the threats and opportunities presented by disruption in ground transport?
- How do airports manage trade-offs between operational efficiency, ground transport revenues and social licence considerations?
- Mark Streeting – Partner, L.E.K. Consulting
Thursday, 8 November, 2018
Sentosa Island, Singapore
About Mark Streeting
Mark Streeting is a Partner in L.E.K.’s Sydney office and one of Asia-Pacific’s leading thinkers on airport ground transport and transport economics. He has 30 years’ experience in these areas, having worked with the Bureau of Transport Economics, the Commonwealth Department of Transport, the London Underground, Travers Morgan, Booz Allen Hamilton and PricewaterhouseCoopers.
Mark has extensive experience advising airport clients on multi-modal ground transport strategies. Most recently, he supported a handful of key major APAC airports in the successful overhaul of their medium- to long-term ground transport strategies.
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