Fla. airport plans $1.2B in renovations and new projects

06/14/2013 | American City Business Journals

The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority plans to invest $1.2 billion in upgrades over the next five years to improve the Orlando International Airport in Florida. Projects will include a 3,500-space parking garage, upgrade and expansion of the people mover system and a cellphone lot. Some of the funds will be allocated for the proposed $2.1 billion south terminal. The authority intends to begin solicitations for the design of the south terminal project by 2017, and could break ground in 2018.

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