City Council to Vote on Airport Rental Facility

San Antonio International Airport. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.
San Antonio International Airport. Photo courtesy of Wikimedia.

San Antonio’s City Council will decide whether to invest $166 million to build a new consolidated rental car facility at San Antonio International Airport, according to a report by the San Antonio Business Journal.

If the initiative passes on June 18, construction on the new facility could begin this summer.

The seven-story, 1.8-million-square-feet facility would include vehicle pick-ups and return, a customer service lobby and a quick turnaround facility, according to the report. The project would be funded through a customer facility charge.

Click here for the full San Antonio Business Journal report: http://www.bizjournals.com/sanantonio/news/2015/06/05/city-to-vote-on-166-million-san-antonio.html

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