ST. LOUIS (AP) -- Missouri's largest airport is about to see some improvements.
Lambert Airport announced on Thursday plans for a $50 million modernization project that will begin in the fall. Officials call it the largest renovation in the airport's history.
The two-year project is aimed at improving passenger services and airport operation in Terminal 1. Surfaces will be painted, restrooms updated, new signs and directories will be added, and a performance area will be introduced on the lower level of the airport.
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