Louisville International Airport Reconfigures Parking Lot for Rental Cars

Louisville International Airport officials announced the Kentucky airport’s projects scheduled for 2013, which include a revamped car rental lot, according to the Courier-Journal on Dec 27.

C.T. “Skip” Miller, executive director of the Louisville Regional Airport Authority, said 200 spaces will be added for a total of 650 spaces in the lot. Incoming and outgoing traffic flow in the lot will also be realigned.

The $6.9 million expansion and reconfiguration of the parking lot will be under construction by spring.

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