Miami International Airport parking to get guidance system
Written by Gabriela Henriquez Stoikow on September 21, 2021
After a setback regarding contract terms with Designa Access Corp., which was chosen to develop the Parking Access & Revenue Control System project at Miami International Airport, the county decided to move forward and have the firm set up a parking guidance system and a new payment system. The county now expects the $7.2 million project to end by December.
Designa started work on the parking guidance system in April and was to finish it by Sept. 15. Ralph Cutié, Aviation Department director, told the Miami-Dade Airports and Economic Development Committee Sept. 13 that the company had already finished this phase and is to continue work on the payment system, to be completed by year’s end.
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