Assessment of adequacy of the existing access to EIA for long term

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By 2025, about 7 billion people and 170 million cargo tons will annually use civil airports globally. Studies on increased airport capacity of access and other facilities are necessary. This study assessed adequacy of the existing access to Entebbe International Airport (EIA) for future long term operations. The objective was achieved through determining capacity and functional efficiency of the access parking lots, studying the organization of the available access modes, and determining capability of parking facilities to handle future traffic flows. Geometric characteristics and capacity of existing access components were compared to Standards. The quantitative approach employed entailed a cross-sectional survey involving a sample of respondents from Immigration Department, Planning, Road Toll, Taxi Drivers, CAA Employees and supervisors, workers as well as managers of different Departments in EIA. Questionnaires and interview guides were administered to a random sample of 168 out of a population of 271 employees in the relevant departments and 148 air passengers. Condition surveys and traffic studies were done on the parking facilities and roads.


Joseph Kiwanuka Mukiibi


Joseph Kiwanuka Mukiibi born 49years ago, Working in the Ministry of Works and Transport Uganda as an Assistant Commissioner in charge of Urban roads. I hold a Masters of science degree in Engineering from Makerere University. and a Post graduate Diploma in Project Planning and Management.Am married with Children.I like to solve problems.

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LAP LAMBERT Academic Publishing


access to international airport

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SOCIAL SCIENCE / Sociology / General