Many airports across the U.S. face the same challenge today: Too many projects on the to-do list with too little funding to take action. Given that air travel is forecast to double in the next 20 years, airports both large and small are in dire need of infrastructure improvements.

In the latest issue of Airport Magazine, RS&H Vice President and Aviation Buildings Service Group Leader Roddy Boggus examines ways airports can close the funding gap by turning to their curbsides. From collecting fees from — or expanding services with — transportation network companies to tolling airport access points, Boggus highlights a number of possible ways airports can monetize curbside services.

You can read Boggus’ entire column here.

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