Case Study:

PANYNJ Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal One Redevelopment Program



The Newark Liberty International Airport Terminal One Redevelopment Program (the Program), led by the Port Authority of New York and New Jersey (PANYNJ), is a key part of the Airport’s commitment to meeting evolving air travel needs, providing optimal transportation facilities, and supporting the economic health of the region. The Program includes construction of a new, state-of-the-art Terminal One, which eventually will replace the outdated Terminal A, the Airport’s oldest terminal. A new aeronautical taxi-lane network and apron will serve the new terminal. The Program also includes comprehensive roadway design; expanded and ample queuing space for taxis, buses, and private vehicles; and enhanced ground transportation, all of which will help reduce traffic congestion, as well as a new multi-level parking garage with capacity for about 2,750 vehicles. At an estimated cost of $2.7 billion, the Redevelopment Program—the largest in New Jersey—will enhance the passenger experience from arrival at the airport through arrival at the gate.
  • Communications Plan Development
  • Stakeholder Coordination and Outreach
  • Collateral Design and Copywriting
  • Community Outreach Office Staffing
  • Reporting Templates

InGroup Provides Communication and Reporting Support to the Redevelopment Efforts and Provides Staffing for Community Outreach Services.