California Department of Transportation

Physical Address:
Department of Transportation
Division of Aeronautics
1120 N Street, Room 3300
Sacramento, CA 95814

Mailing Address:
Department of Transportation
Division of Aeronautics,
MS 40 P. O. Box 942874
Sacramento, CA 94274-0001

Shipping Address:
1415 11th Street
Sacramento, CA 95814

General Information:
916.654.4959
Fax - 916.653.9531

 

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Airport Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) Information and Links

Attention Airport Managers:

After logging in, if you see “Page Access Denied” please find and select your airport on the pull down item menu shown above. Also make sure that you are using a Windows based PC computer and have Internet Explorer. Thank you.

For questions about ASM login or password, contact:

Lee Provost, Office of Technical Service, Chief
E-mail: lee_provost@dot.ca.gov
Office Phone: (916) 654-3775

The ASM database, Airport Sponsor Guide is available:
http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/planning/aeronaut/documents/grants_and_loans/Grants_Loans_CA_Sponsor_Guide.pdf



The California Department of Transportation Division of Aeronautics (Division) generates the California Aviation System Plan Capital Improvement Plan (CIP) every odd year. The CIP 2012-2021 was published in September 2011.  Our next CIP should be published in the summer of 2013.  This fall (October 2012), airport managers should prepare to receive an announcement regarding the CIP submittal process using the on line Airport Capital Improvement Plan (ACIP) form.  The State uses the same form as Federal Aviation Administration (FAA).

Although airport managers are not required to submit the ACIP forms until fall 2012, they can submit new projects or modify current projects anytime in the Division AirportIQ System Manager (ASM) database. A website link and password is assigned to each airport. Thank you.

Capital Improvement Plan (CIP)

Your next 2014-2023 ACIP should be added by the airport manager directly to the ASM database. This database can be found at www.CaltransASM.com. Please check the contact information for your airport to make sure they are updated. If any contact changes need to be made, please contact the Division staff.  We encourage you to coordinate with your local transportation planning agencies in determination of your projects.

The FAA and the Division are updating the CIP for California airports.  To receive State funding, projects must be included in the CIP.  In an effort to improve the ACIP/CIP process, the Division is working closely with the FAA. 

Airport sponsors are requested to follow the instructions provided below.  The instructions will assist airport sponsors in completing the ACIP form online.  The Division will provide each airport sponsor with a login user name and password to access the ASM database.  Please enter your project information and print a hard copy.  Send the original signed ACIP form to the Division at the address below. If your airport has received a Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) airport improvement program grant, please remember to send a signed copy to FAA.

State of California Department of Transportation
Division of Aeronautics, MS 40
1120 N Street,
Sacramento (95814)

Mail: P.O. Box 942874
Sacramento, CA 94274

Please submit projects for fiscal years 2014 - 2023 (10 years).  Describe each project as clearly as possible and enclose a short narrative.  If you have no projects for any particular year, please do not enter that year into the database.  Funding decisions and priorities will be based solely on the information submitted.  The California Public Utilities Code related to the State Aeronautics Act specifies the CIP must be a 10-year projection.  Subdivision (f) of Section 21702 of the Public Utilities Code states,

“A 10-year capital improvement plan for each airport, based on each airport’s adopted master plan if the airport has a master plan, approved by the applicable transportation planning agency, and submitted to the Division for inclusion in the California Aviation System Plan.”


Please submit Airport Land Use Compatibility Plan (ALUCP) projects for fiscal years 2014 - 2023 (10 years).  An airport land use commission can receive State funding to prepare or update an ALUCP.  Cities, counties, and airport districts with general aviation, reliever, and commercial airports are eligible for State funding.

In order to compile the information on ground access, off airport property needs, please enter the projects in the ACIP data sheet separately.  Ground access projects are different than access road projects.  Off property ground access projects cannot be funded through FAA or the State Aeronautics Account funds.  Access Road projects are AIP eligible and will go with the rest of the projects.

The purpose of airport ground access projects is to optimize ground transportation to airports.  Airports are key assets to communities and regions, contributing to both the economy and the overall quality of life.  Thus, ground access to airports is perceived to be one of the most critical issues facing the aviation system.  This includes improved access as well as improved intermodal connections.

To access the AirportIQ System Manager, go to  http://www.dot.ca.gov/hq/planning/aeronaut/documents/grants_and_loans/Grants_Loans_CA_Sponsor_Guide.pdf



QUICK START GUIDE FOR ADDING A PROJECT
  1. Login to the ASM application (www.CaltransASM.com) using the previously provided username and password.
  2. Select your airport from the dropdown list of airports at the top right of the screen.
  3. Select Grant Requests from the menus found on the left side of the screen.
  4. Click the add button at the top right of the list of projects (list may be empty).
  5. Enter a name for the project.
  6. Enter the CIP year for the project in the box at the top right.
  7. Select the project type (type of funding to be requested from Caltrans) from the dropdown list.
  8. Enter the project description/narrative into the box below the project type selection.
  9. Enter the project cost in the total column(Primary & Commercial National Plan of Integrated Airport System (NPIAS) AIP project costs must be entered manually).
  10. Click the Annual Data and Additional Info buttons and complete the necessary information for the FAA AWP ACIP Data Sheet.
  11. Click the X at the top right of the popup window.
  12. The project should now be listed in the list of projects with the requested amounts displayed.
  13. Print the FAA AWP ACIP Data Sheet by choosing Options > Reports > ACIP Data Sheet
  14. Your project has now been added.

Airport Type Percentages
Airport Type Project Type Federal State Sponsor
NPIAS: Relievers & General Aviation A&D 0% 90% 10%
NPIAS: Relievers & General Aviation AIP 90% 4.5% 5.5%
NPIAS: Primary & Commercial AIP Only *90% 0% 10%
Non-NPIAS A&D Only 0% 90% 10%
All Ground Access Offsite = "Yes" 0% 0% 100%
         
  * May vary      


When you have your user name and password,
sign in here:   www.CaltransASM.com

For questions regarding the State CIP or ASM, please contact Division of Aeronautics:

Lee Provost (916) 654-3775, e-mail: lee_provost@dot.ca.gov
Parvin Bijani (916) 657-0543, e-mail: parvin_bijani@dot.ca.gov
Danny Uppal (916) 654-4232, e-mail: danny_uppal@dot.ca.gov
Patrick Kyo (916) 654-5082, e-mail: patrick.kyo@dot.ca.gov

Last Updated: December 20, 2013