Transportation Libraries and Information Centers


NAME:Regional Commission on Airport Affairs

Catalog:
Other Information Provider

Date of Last Update:
2009-09-11

Name of library or information center:
Regional Commission on Airport Affairs

Name of parent organization (if applicable):

Title of person to which library or information center director reports:
President

Is your information center a member of a Transportation Knowledge Network?:
Not an TKN member

Do you provide access to your information collection to the general public (either on-site or on-line, with or without a fee)?:
Yes

Describe any special conditions for accessing your resources or services (e.g. by appointment, affiliations required):
certain key documents do not circulate

Provide a description of your information collection:
documents relating to commercial airports in Washington, especially Seattle-Tacoma International Airport -- emphasis on planning documents & on mitigation of negative impacts of commercial aviation

What are the particular subject strengths of your collection?:
See 8 above. We probably have more documentation on public involvement in local aviation planning than anyone else.

# Professional Staff:
0

# Support Staff :
2

Special notes or comments about your library or information center:
Our on-line library probably has more documents on our areas of interest than any other on-line source.


Contact Information

Name of Primary Contact:
Chas. H.W. Talbot

Address:

19900 4th S.W. ,

City:
Normandy Park

State:
WA

Zip:
98166-4043

Country:
USA

Mailing Address (if different):

Main phone:
206.824.3120

Fax Number:

Main email:
rcaa@earthlink.net

Website:
rcaanews.org/

Information about Data Offerings :

What types of data sets do you provide?:

What export formats do you offer?:

What types of metadata do you provide to help users locate or interpret data sets?:

Organization Type:
Other


Special Collections

Please list any special collections that you maintain

archives of Seattle Noise Group

archives of Citizens Against Sea-Tax Expansion