Fla.'s Orlando International Airport downsizes development plan

Officials at Orlando International Airport in Florida have shelved plans to build a new south terminal but still want to push through with a monorail and parking-garage project costing $470 million. The monorail would connect to a train station being built by All Aboard Florida. The monorail project "is too important to the region's economy to be scuttled," according to Frank Kruppenbacher, the airport's chairman. Some major airlines oppose the move.

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