JFK Airport to Get a $10B Renovation



New York Governor Andrew Cuomo is floating an overhaul of John F. Kennedy International Airport—a nearly $10 billion proposal that will connect its passenger terminals. The plan, which was announced on January 4th at a lunch hosted by the Association for a Better New York, includes a $7 billion to $8 billion renovation of the southern Queens airport. The remaining $2 billion is earmarked for road work aimed at easing traffic getting to and from JFK. The goal is to have a “unified, interconnected and modern airport,” said Dan Tishman, a vice chairman of construction giant AECOM and head of Cuomo’s airport planning task force. (Source: Commercial Observer)

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