MARIA KUIPER

WATERLOO — Travelers at Waterloo Regional Airport should exercise caution when entering the terminal.

Road construction has recently started on Betsworth Drive, south of the passenger and rental car parking lots. The city is installing new storm drains to help during periods of heavy rain.

The drain entries should be completed on Monday. After that, paving crews will begin repaving the eastern loop of Livingston Lane, which intersects with the entrance to the air traffic control tower as well as the rental car parking lot.

Cars will need to use the West Loop of Livingston Lane to access the terminal building to pick up and drop off passengers. Airline passengers driving to the airport themselves will need to use the west entrance.

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City Engineer Jamie Knutson said the installation and rehabilitation of the Livingston Lane and Betsworth Drive storm drain had been in the planning stages for some years.

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Airport manager Keith Kaspari said the work reflected an initial phase of improvements to the front of the airline’s passenger terminal. Airport officials expect a further announcement of improvements in the coming weeks, he said.

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