Effective October 26, upper level roadway/drop-off ramp will be closed for one year
Houston, TX (October 17, 2011) – A major roadway pavement replacement project will shut down the existing upper-level roadway at Hobby Airport. The roadway closure will begin in the early hours of Wednesday, October 26 and is scheduled to remain in place for approximately one year.
Airport personnel will begin setting up barricades for the closure beginning October 22. Signage will be in place and personnel will be on hand to help facilitate during this time.
Key points during closure period:
The Passenger Drop Off area will be rerouted to the second level of the attached parking garage, slightly further away from the curbside area
· Drop offs and pickups involving wheelchairs will take place in a designated lane found closest to the terminal
· Curbside check-in will still be available to Southwest Airlines customers on the ground level/baggage claim area
Drivers who are picking up arriving passengers are encouraged to use the Passenger Pick Up Waiting Lot located off of Airport Blvd. to limit congestion.
For a map, please visitfly2houston.com/PickUpLot
Parking at Hobby Airport is limited; be prepared to park off-site at the ecopark lots fly2houston.com/HOUecopark
For more information on the Hobby Airport Roadway Closure, please visit fly2houston.com/ProjectHobby.
The Houston Airport System (HAS) served more than 49.5 million passengers in 2010, ranking as the 4th largest multi-airport system in the U.S. Houston’s three airports: George Bush Intercontinental (IAH), William P. Hobby (HOU) and Ellington (EFD)
Airports contribute more than $27 billion to the regional economy.
For more information, visit fly2houston.com and follow us @IAH and @HobbyAirport.