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Airport Construction Alert: East End of Spruance Road Temporarily Closed

The east end of Spruance Road, which connects to the Terminal 2 airport roadway (see map below), has been closed to allow for underground utility work. The closure will also allow construction teams to realign Spruance Road, and create additional room for construction of the 460,000 square-foot addition to Terminal 2 and the dual-level roadway in front of the terminal.


To access airport roadways from Spruance Road, drivers will need to travel west on Spruance Road to McCain Road and use Harbor Drive.


Spruance Road will reopen and connect with airport roadways in the November timeframe, when the realignment is complete.

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