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Infrastructure Roadmaps describe the transition strategy for the National Airspace System (NAS) from the as-is to the to-be environment. This product section provides access to these plans, and features to search and navigate through their complex interrelationships. Briefing packages and historical data sets are also available for viewing or download. These infrastructure roadmaps represent the latest strategic plans for the evolution of the NAS as approved by FAA executive management on January 15, 2014. The activities, investments, projects and system durations and timelines, as well as their associated Decision Points, are subject to change based on many factors including modifications which may occur to the out-year budget, funding profiles, and the resultant adjustments in priorities.

Infrastructure Roadmaps

Infrastructure Roadmaps

  • The National Airspace System (NAS) Infrastructure Roadmaps lay out the strategic activities for infrastructure delivery to improve NAS operations and move towards the Next Generation Air Transportation System (NextGen) vision. They show the evolution of major FAA investments/programs in today's NAS infrastructure to meet the future demand. The Infrastructure Roadmaps are updated as research and analyses more clearly define the NAS infrastructure evolution. The Infrastructure Roadmaps are organized by Domain for your interactive browsing.
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Consolidated Infrastructure Roadmaps Briefing Package

Consolidated Infrastructure Roadmaps Briefing Package
  • Adobe PDFPDF ( 2.8 MB)

  • The Infrastructure Roadmaps - January 2014 are available for your convenient download as a single consolidated briefing package.
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Reports

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Browsers

Data Browsers

  • The Browser feature allows you to interactively browse through the available NAS EA information available for a particular data element (e.g. Decision Point) including the ability to apply filters and to drill down for further details. This section provides access to the browsers for the key data elements with regards to Infrastructure Roadmaps.

Archived Versions

Archived Versions

  • The Infrastructure Roadmaps are updated periodically as research and analyses more clearly define the NAS infrastructure evolution. As updated Infrastructure Roadmaps are released, the prior versions are available as archived consolidated briefing packages respectively.
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