The Coordinated Runway Crossing concept aims to improve the efficiency of airport surface operations by providing taxi clearances that contain a time or speed component. The goal is to enable pilots to arrive at, and cross, active runways without a delay. Eight commercial captains participated in a ninety-minute semi-structured interview that explored issues associated with coordinated runway crossings. The results of these interviews were used to generate preliminary information requirements, system requirements, and procedural requirements for a future coordinated runway crossing system.
Hooey, B. L.
(2005). Improving Taxi Efficiency Through Coordinated Runway Crossings. 2005 International Symposium on Aviation Psychology, 308-313.