Phoenix Sky Harbor
International Airport

PHX Sky Train® Stage 2

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Future projectsPhase 2 of the PHX Sky Train® is in the planning stages and construction is expected to break ground in early 2018. This is an extension to the existing PHX Sky Train, which currently operates between the 44th Street PHX Sky Train Station and terminals 3 and 2. The line will extend 2.5 miles to the Rental Car Center.

Benefits include enhancement of customer service and improved accessibility, especially for customers using wheelchairs. It will also take traffic off of Sky Harbor Boulevard, easing transit to and from the terminals.

This $700 million project will be paid for with Rental Car Customer Facility Charges and airline Passenger Facility Charges. No local tax dollars will be used. It is scheduled to open in early 2022.

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PHX Sky Train – Final Environmental Assessment

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) has announced that a Finding of No Significant Impact (FONSI) has been approved based on the results of the Final Environmental Assessment (EA) prepared in January 2018 for the proposed Sky Train Stage 2 project at Phoenix Sky Harbor International Airport (PHX). The Proposed Action includes a 2.2-mile extension of the existing Sky Train at PHX from Terminal 3 (T3) to the Rental Car Center (RCC), and associated improvements and ancillary actions. The purpose of the Proposed Action is to provide more reliable and efficient access between the RCC and Airport facilities, and reduce on-airport roadway congestion.

The FONSI indicates that the Proposed Action is consistent with existing environmental policies and objectives set forth in the National Environmental Policy Act of 1969 (NEPA) in that it will not significantly impact the quality of the human environment.

Finding Of No Significant Impact for PHX Sky Train Stage 2
Final Environmental Assessment for PHX Sky Train Stage 2
Appendix A-Cultural Resources and Section 106 Consultation
Appendix B - Right-of-Way Transfers and Power Options Comparison
Appendix C - Air Quality
Appendix D - Biological Resources
Appendix E - Hazardous Materials
Appendix F - Sponsor’s Land Use Assurance Letter
Appendix G - Socioeconomic Impacts, Environmental Justice, and Children’s Environmental Health and Safety Risks
Appendix H - Traffic Impact Evaluation Memorandum
Appendix I - Water Resources
Appendix J - Coordination and Public Involvement

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