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Editor: Stephen Clowney
Univ. of Arkansas, Fayetteville

Monday, June 18, 2012

Can the U.S. Fix its Craptastic Airports?

The NY Times details how the U.S. is finally beginning to overhaul its outdated airport infrastructure:

At a time when federal and state public works programs are stalled, the nation’s biggest airports are in the midst of major renovations or expansions that, taken together, amount to some of the largest infrastructure projects in the country. [...]  New York’s three major airports, as well as the airports in Los Angeles, Dallas, Atlanta and Chicago, are spending billions of dollars. Many of the airports have aging terminals, some built in the 1960s and 1970s, that are ill suited to the bigger planes, bigger security lanes and bigger crowds of modern-day air travel.

Steve Clowney

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