Airport Construction Alert: Terminal 2 Entrance Across from Spanish Landing
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On Monday, October 17, the Terminal 2 access roadway at Spanish Landing will be closed for a period of approximately one year. Motorists traveling eastbound on North Harbor Drive, accustomed to making a left-hand turn into Terminal 2 at Spanish Landing, will instead be directed to make a U-turn at Harbor Island Drive and follow the signage to reach Terminal 2. 


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Motorists traveling eastbound on North Harbor Drive will be directed to make a U-turn at the traffic signal at Harbor Island Drive and proceed to Terminal 2 via Harbor Drive westbound.


Closure of this roadway is necessary so construction can progress on the new Terminal 2 roadway network.  The primary entrance to Terminal 2 from westbound Harbor Drive will remain open.


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