The consolidated rent-a-car facility will house all car rental services in a building across from the main terminal.  -  Photo via Depositphotos.

The consolidated rent-a-car facility will house all car rental services in a building across from the main terminal.

Photo via Depositphotos. 

Connecticut's Bradley International Airport is beginning construction on a $210 million ground transportation center this summer, according to the Sentinel Source.

The consolidated rental facility will house all car rental services in a building across from the main terminal. The two-bulding structure, which will allow travelers to pick up and drop off rental cars, is expected to be completed by 2022.

Currently, Hertz, Avis, and National operate at the airport; Sixt is expected to open at the airport soon.

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