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Terminal 2 East Pedestrian Bridge Closed

Beginning today, April 5, 2010, the pedestrian bridge connecting Terminal 2 East to the parking lot and other ground transportation options (shuttles, taxis, buses, etc.) will be closed to airport users. The pedestrian bridge will be demolished to make way for a dual-level roadway in front of Terminal 2. A new pedestrian bridge will open in 2013 as part of the Green Build program.

 

The pedestrian bridge connecting Terminal 2 West to the parking lot, at the far west end of Terminal 2 West, will remain open until later this year.

 

Pedestrians making their way between Terminal 2 West or Terminal 2 East and the parking lot/transportation center at Terminal 2 can use the remaining pedestrian bridge or the crosswalk located just outside the Terminal 2 West baggage claim area, at the center of Terminal 2 West. For a map of Terminal 2, click here.


Plan ahead and allow extra time, as it may take longer than usual to walk to or from Terminal 2.   

 

Questions or comments? E-mail us at greenbuild@san.org or call our construction hotline at 619-400-2288.


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The Green Build will bring a number of long-awaited upgrades to passengers traveling in and out of San Diego International Airport. As the largest improvement project in the airport's history, The Green Build will help meet the airport's current and future demand for travel, while improving customer service and serving as an economic stimulus for the San Diego region. Improvements include 10 new gates, a dual-level roadway in front of Terminal 2 to separate arriving and departing passengers and reduce curb front congestion, more security lanes, expanded waiting areas and more shopping and dining options. The Green Build, a $1 billion project, will create 1,000 jobs at peak construction. Travelers can expect to take advantage of the finished facilities in 2013.

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