Construction began Wednesday on a three-story, 3,000-space parking structure at Terminal 2 of the San Diego International Airport that will open within two years.
“San Diego International Airport travelers spoke and we listened,” said Thella F. Bowens. “There is great demand for more close-in parking at the airport. Kicking off the parking plaza construction today is an important milestone to help improve the short-term parking customer experience.”
The new structure will feature state-of-the-art parking technology that will allow motorists to reserve spaces in advance, find available parking spaces, and streamline payment. Some 1,800 spaces will be gained, and many of those will be covered.
Construction will take approximately 20 months and the structure will be open for summer travel in 2018.
During the construction period, parking for Terminal 2 is available west of the terminal off McCain Road. Valet parking is also available at a reduced rate.
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