New Ground Transportation Center: Phase 1 of renovations start at Hopkins Airport


CLEVELAND (WJW) — The city of Cleveland says phase one of renovations start today at Hopkins Airport to welcome more passenger’s flying into and leaving Northeast Ohio.

According to a release from city hall, the Ground Transportation Center will be relocated to a new area helping reduce traffic congestion at the passenger’s drop-off and pick-up locations. It’ll also include these features:

  • A new covered waiting area to keep passengers safe from inclement weather
  • New LED light and heating system that will keep passengers warm during the colder months of the year
  • New wooden benches that are installed both in open and covered areas down each isle.
  • Improved safety and efficiencies for the operators and passengers
  • Designed to be fully handicapped accessible

The city says the airport plans to continue investing in projects to help the flow of passengers and make it more customer-friendly.

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