Bradley International Airport Master Plan Update
The Master Plan Update study provides a planning and development framework to address landside and airside facilities and land development considerations for the next 20 years and beyond at Bradley International Airport.
Bradley International Airport Environmental Assessment/ Environmental Impact Evaluation for Obstructions
The CAA conducted a detailed study to evaluate existing obstructions that penetrate the federally protected airspace. These obstructions are primarily trees located near runway ends or located on small hills surrounding the Airport. As a follow-up study, the CAA is reviewing the potential impacts of tree removal, and selective clearing and/or thinning in areas the area that contain airspace obstructions.
Bradley Area Transportation Plan
The Bradley Area Transportation Study includes a comprehensive analysis of current and future traffic conditions and land use in the airport area. The study identifies transportation improvements that are needed to accommodate growth and to develop a strategic plan for maintaining safe and efficient access to the airport area.
Bradley Airport Light Rail Feasibility Study
In the fall of 2014, the Bradley Development League initiated an alternatives analysis and feasibility study to determine the viability of a rail connection between Bradley Airport and the future Windsor Locks rail station. The goal of this study is to preserve a rail corridor which would provide a future connection to Bradley.