Calif. Airport in Talks to Build Car Rental Facility

A California airport authority (the Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority) is currently deciding whether or not it will create a $75 million regional transit center at the Bob Hope Airport located in Burbank, Calif., according to the San Fernando Valley Business Journal.

The proposed transit center would bring together car rental, bus and train service to a single point to a link with air service at the airport if approved.

The transit center would use money from a rental car facility charge, airport passenger facility charges, airport funds and monies from the federal and state governments.

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