The parking lot in front of Terminal 2 at the San Diego International Airport in Downtown San Diego will be shut down to allow for the construction of a dual level aerial roadway that will serve as a drop-off and check-in for departing passengers and a separation for arriving passengers.
A temporary parking lot at the Western end of the airport will replace the current short term parking until 2013 when the new expansion to Terminal 2 is completed at a cost of $865 million. When completed in 2013, Terminal 2 will have doubled in size, added 10 new gates for jets, twice the security check-in space and more than double the concession space. The temporary 1,350 space parking lot will eventually be overnight parking for aircraft.
To read the San Diego Union Tribune’s article click on Airport parking changed by construction and to read 92101 Urban Living’s former blogs about San Diego International Airport click on San Diego International Airport Makeovers Best Bet – California Pizza Kitchen, San Diego International Airport – is Getting a Facelift and Downtown San Diego Airport gets Clearance and Gives Local Businesses a Chance to Participate.. ')}