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Bud Breault
Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts
508.775.2020


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COMMISSIONERS PLEDGE GOOD AIRPORT TRAFFIC FLOW WHEN ROUTE 132/28 CORRIDOR IS REBUILT. Will seek FAA Funding for additional road March 17, 2010

HYANNIS – The Barnstable Municipal Airport Commission has approved an agreement with the Town of Barnstable to ensure that traffic will flow easily from the airport when the town and state redesign the Routes 132/28 corridor sometime in the future.

At their monthly meeting Tuesday, the commissioners unanimously agreed to help identify a way out of the airport, should future roadway redevelopment plans block airport egress to the rotary. Moreover, the panel pledged to seek design and construction funding from the Federal Aviation Administration. For now, the airport promised to keep the so-called Sullivan Lot - which it owns - in reserve as a potential future way out to Rte. 132.

As part of its new master plan to build a new passenger terminal and air traffic control tower, the airport is seeking approval of the Cape Cod Commission to build an exit-only road to the rotary and construct a new means of access from Airport Road. Drivers approaching from Hyannis and Yarmouth would use a new airport entranceway to be built near the former TD Bank building on Iyannough Road.

Commission Chairman Daniel W. Santos thanked the town for initiating the long-term agreement. “The airport does not have control over what the town and state will do with the rotary and with Routes 132 and 28 but we will play our part to ensure the flow of airport traffic and not cause harm to our abutters.”

In other action, the commission agreed without dissent to formally ask the Barnstable Town Council to approve a $21.4 million appropriation and supplemental project plan for the terminal and access road. The council is expected to act on the request April 1. All but $1.7 million of the funding will come from the federal and state governments. The $1.7 million is to be bonded initially by the town and repaid by the airport from passenger and facility user fees. Groundbreaking is planned for this summer.

Editors: For further information, please contact Airport Manager Bud Breault at 508 775-3033 or at roland.breault@town.barnstable.ma.us.

 



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Barnstable Municipal Airport
Owned and Operated by:
Town of Barnstable

Boardman-Polando Field
480 Barnstable Rd.
Hyannis, Massachusetts
508.775.2020