Terminal Modernization

Elevating the service experience for passengers

Look for upgrades to the bag claim area, curb front and parking garage as part of a $6 million Terminal Modernization project. Bag Claim will get a floor-to-ceiling makeover that includes more energy-efficient lighting, new carpet and wall treatments. The changes should make travel more convenient, while incorporating regional branding inspired by the Roebling Bridge and the Ohio River. The curb front will get brighter lighting and simplified signage for better wayfinding. The garage lobbies will get a modern makeover as well. The project also includes new carpet in Concourse B. Work is expected to last through March, with much of it taking place from 11 p.m. to 4 a.m. to limit the disruption to passengers.

Terminal Modernization Gets Underway

The first of six phases of the Terminal Modernization gets underway this week at the east end of the Bag Claim level. Door 10 used by private car services and employees will be isolated (shown in blue.) Those needing access will be redirected through the adjacent hallway in the Ground Transportation Center. Contractors will also isolate a portion of the area around Carousel 5-6 (show in green.) Parts of the passenger tunnel to Concourses A&B (shown in orange) will also be partially isolated to allow for new carpet installation. Passenger flow will be maintained at all times.

“Upgrades in the Terminal will make travel more convenient.”