(KMOV.com) -- A roadway construction project at Lambert-St. Louis International Airport will force lane closures, detours and alternate pickup locations for passengers at Terminal 1 beginning on April 23rd.
Through late June, the airport will be resurfacing and waterproofing four lanes on Arrivals Drive. Starting on April 23rd, only airport shuttles will be able to access Arrivals Drive due to the closures. Public motorists picking up passengers from Terminal 1 should follow signs to the Terminal 1 parking garage where a temporary pick up area will be located during the construction.
During the project, motorists will have a 15 minute free grace period in the Terminal 1 garage. If 15 minutes is not enough for your wait, Lambert officials encourage motorists to use the free cell phone lots near each of the terminals on Lambert International Boulevard.
In addition to the temporary relocation of the passenger pick up area, the lane closures will also require a repositioning of many pick up zones for Lambert's ground transportation services like Super Park, GoBest Downtown Shuttle, Terminal Shuttle, Hotel/Motel Shuttles and car rental shuttles. Temporary signs will be posted directing passengers to the proper terminal exits to reach the various ground transportation services. Pedestrians will not be allowed to walk across Arrivals Drive to reach the parking garage during construction.
For more information, visit the Lambert airport website