Nashville airport to preview new $122M parking facility
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (AP) — Nashville officials are set to preview and host a ribbon-cutting for a new $122 million parking and transportation facility at the city’s airport.
Among those set to attend the event Wednesday are Nashville Mayor David Briley, Nashville International Airport board chairman A. Dexter Samuels, airport president and CEO Doug Kreulen and others.
The six-level facility includes 2,200 parking spaces, a center for commercial vehicles, and modern amenities that include a parking space guidance system, electric vehicle charging stations, a tire inflation station, flight information displays, pay-on-foot kiosks and custom art installations.
The new facility is part of the airport’s growth and expansion plan.