The DOT’s Volpe National Transportation Systems Center is evaluating a prototype airport surface traffic management (ASTM) tool designed to boost traffic flow and aid controllers with tactical decisions during severe weather events in the New York area this summer.  The goal of the project is to develop a proof of concept case that can be handed over to the FAA’s surface operations office after the trial is finished at the end of September. The ASTM prototype, built by ...


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