BWI/Marshall Airport is embarking on a two-year, multimillion-dollar plan to take parking at the Linthicum, Md., airport into the 21st century, the Baltimore Business Journal reported.
BWI is soliciting proposals to replace and modernize parking at the airport’s hourly and daily garages, as well as its express and long-term parking lots.
A new Parking Access and Revenue Control System (PARCS) could allow future passengers to reserve spots at BWI online, said Jonathan Dean, an airport spokesman.
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