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Miami International Airport (MIA) to Build State-of-the-Art Parking Lot by 2026

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Miami International Airport (MIA) to Build State-of-the-Art Parking Lot by 2026

Miami International Airport to Have New State-of-the-Art Parking Lot by Summer 2026

Miami International Airport (MIA) is set to undergo a major transformation with the construction of a new seven-level parking lot equipped with state-of-the-art technology. Authorities in Miami-Dade County have announced that the new parking lot will provide space for over 2,000 vehicles, including 50 spots for electric cars.

Construction on the new parking lot officially began earlier this week, with Miami-Dade County Mayor Daniella Levine-Cava giving the green light to the project. “We are growing at a historic level. With this, in two years, we will have not only a new garage, but a total of 10,000 parking spaces,” said Levine-Cava. The addition of the new parking lot is expected to provide substantial relief for airport parking.

The new parking lot is scheduled to be completed by the summer of 2026 and will be built adjacent to the current Flamingo parking lot at MIA. The sustainable parking facility will adhere to international standards, reduce carbon levels, and utilize energy-efficient lighting.

Miami-Dade Commissioner Kevin Cabrera also weighed in on the developments, stating, “We have a program of more than $7 billion dollars to ensure that our airport is the best airport in the world.”

MIA, which is the second airport with the most passenger traffic in the entire country and one of the busiest in the world, is on track to potentially break its passenger volume record for the third consecutive year in 2024.

In addition to the new parking lot, Miami-Dade County authorities announced plans to build a hotel within the airport terminal by 2025. The overhaul of the MIA Skytrain, which went out of service in September 2023, has also begun as part of the ambitious project.

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