AUSTIN (KXAN) - Passengers exiting Austin Bergstrom International Airport from baggage claims one through five will now have to detour around a chain link fence as they exit the terminal.
Chain link fences are temporarily in place as the airport works to install concrete dividers to separate pedestrian and vehicle traffic.
Construction of the dividers is taking place on both the lower and upper levels and will replace the airport's curbside planters.
The exits and entrances are still accessible to passengers and all curbside operations, including upper-level curbside ticketing counters.
New dividers are part of the many improvements the airport is making to their facilities. Upgrades to flight monitors, new boarding bridges, carpeting and paint are also underway.
Work on the concrete dividers is scheduled for completion later this summer.
For those wanting more information on ABIA's upgrades, you can visit austintexas.gov.
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