July 11, 2018 by Emily Jackson
(Source: Voice of OC) The San Diego County Regional Airport Authority began collecting public opinion Monday on a proposal billed as the “most extensive improvement” in the San Diego International Airport’s 90-year history. The project includes replacement of the 51-year-old Terminal 1, as well as a new on-airport entry roadway, dual-level roadway and curb front. The plan would also expand close-in parking and make “major” airfield efficiency improvements, according to the Airport Authority. Read full article
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