Airport authority looks to green light parking upgrade at Orlando International

ORLANDO, Fla. — Visitors could soon get some help when trying to find parking at Orlando International Airport.


The Greater Orlando Aviation Authority is looking to install a parking guidance system at its parking garages.

The technology would include counters that let drivers know the number of available spaces.

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Colored lights would also show drivers the exact location of each open space.

The upgrade would come with an estimated price tag $9.6 million.

Similar systems have already been installed at Disney Springs and Lake Nona.

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Airport board members expect to award a contract for the work as early as June.

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