The CAC actively tracks State & Federal policy issues affecting CA commercial airports. Policy & comment letters of the association can be found below.
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SB 747 Aviation Fuel Taxes in California Support Letter
In November 2014, the Federal Aviation Administration issued Docket 2013-0988, which directs all states and local jurisdictions to become compliant with long-standing regulations requiring aviation fuel tax proceeds to be used for aviation purposes (64 FR 7696). SB 747 will begin the process of returning this much needed funding to California’s aviation program and will also […]
SB 616 Flexibility for the California Aid to Airports Program
This measure was sponsored by the CAC to provide the California Department of Transportation (Caltrans) Division of Aeronautics increased flexibility when providing matching grants for California’s general aviation airports.
AB 612 Charter-Party Carriers of Passengers: Permit Requirements: Drivers – Support Letter
The CAC supports AB 612 which would require charter-party carriers to participate in the Department of Motor Vehicles pull-notice system, submit drivers to Department of Justice background checks, and enforce a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program. Our airports strongly support these provisions as they will provide clarification and guidance on the regulatory requirements of […]
AB 24 Screening Requirements for Charter-Party Carriers Support Letter
The bill, as amended March 16th, would require charter-party carriers and TNCs to participate in the Department of Motor Vehicles Employer Pull Notice Program, submit drivers to Department of Justice background checks, and enforce a mandatory drug and alcohol testing program. These provisions are instrumental as they would provide further clarification and guidance on the […]
AB 2293 Insurance Coverage for Transportation Network Companies Support Letter
California airports are embracing TNCs and the technological innovation they bring to the ground transportation space. Other states and cities outside California have been much more restrictive. San Francisco International Airport is the first airport in the nation to offer a TNC permit and Los Angeles International Airport has circulated a draft TNC permit seeking […]