The segment between home and airports is an essential component in all air transportation trips. Travelers normally have different ground access options to commence their journeys. Using Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport as a special case, this study proposes a theoretical framework for quantifying and comparing the overall cost of driving and parking at airport and the use of Transportation Network Companies (TNCs) ridesharing services such as Uber. Based on the cost comparison, we design an interactive web application to visualize the utility advantage area and summarize the corresponding demographic information. Our study has the potential to benefit airports, TNC operators, and travelers. Using our app, these stakeholders can visualize and measure potential tradeoffs between parking and TNC ridesharing services.
This study was not supported by any fundings.
Scholarly Commons Citation
Airport Ground Access Choice Between Transportation Network Companies and Parking: A Case Study of Hartsfield-Jackson Atlanta International Airport.
International Journal of Aviation, Aeronautics, and Aerospace,