Raleigh-Durham International Airport will hold two public meetings this week to get the public’s feedback on conceptual plans that will guide the airport’s development over the next 25 years.
The Airport Authority and its consultant, Ricondo and Associates, will present nine conceptual layouts for the airport that include improvements to runways and taxiways, terminals, parking, roads, ground transportation, general aviation and other facilities.
The meetings will take place Wednesday in the Wake County Commons Building, 4011 Carya Dr. in Raleigh, and Thursday at the Durham Armory, 220 Foster St. Both meetings begin at 6 p.m.
The 18-month master planning process, called Vision2040, began last summer and is expected to be completed late this year. Feedback can be shared either in person at the meetings or afterward on the master plan website, vision2040.rdu.com.
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