OK: Tulsa Airport Considers Fees on Courtesy Vehicles

Feb. 13, 2018

Traffic patterns are changing at the nation’s airports — not in the air but on the ground — and the Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust began moving toward meeting the problem head-on at its February meeting.

Nationally there has been a 5 to 10 percent decline in parking transactions and a 4 to 13 percent drop in rental car transactions, while congestion on airport roads has shot up 46 percent, said Chuck Hannum, deputy airports director for operations.

A 16-page policy, which would require city approval, would call for courtesy vehicles operated by hotels or motels to be charged a monthly fee based on the number of rooms, and other vehicles would be charged on a per-use basis. Operators would also be required to carry insurance of $1 million per accident.

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