Burbank Airport Begins Construction for Transportation Center

According to the Los Angeles Times, construction for the Regional Intermodal Transportation Center began on Aug. 26 at the Bob Hope Airport in Burbank, Calif.

The facility features a 1,100-foot moving walkway to link airline passengers with other means of transportation including a three-level parking structure for rental cars, a rental car customer service building, a bus station and shuttles to the subway or Metrolink.

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