Ground broken on $80 million renovation project at Buffalo-Niagara International Airport

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Construction on a $80 million renovation project at the Buffalo-Niagara International Airport will close one of the airport’s boarding gates for a short time. 

Crews broke ground on the project on Monday, and will begin tearing down the old west end limo lot. 

In its place will be new exit walkways on the terminal’s east and west ends. 

The project also aims to cut back on congestion at security. 

500 parking spaces may also be out of use during construction. 

The airport aims to have the project done by 2020.

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