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Reclaim Your Revenue: TNCs Are Impacting Your Airport’s Revenue Stream

As a result of TNCs proliferation, airport parking garages and parking lots don’t achieve previous revenue levels. Learn how airports can optimize curbside space while increasing revenues.

Arrivals and departures are increasing, but parking operation revenues have leveled off.

TNCs and offsite private parking facilities are impacting your bottom line.

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What’s Inside

TNCs rapid adoption and growth is a disruptive influence at nearly every U.S. airport. As a result of TNCs proliferation, airport parking garages and parking lots don’t achieve previous revenue levels. The net effect is very congested curbside pick-up and drop-off areas – with less revenue to provide the excellent passenger journey that airport administrators desire.

Learn how WGI’s parking and mobility experts are helping our airport clients take back the curb by helping revenues take off!

WGI Can Help

For more information about this study or to have a conversation with one of our experts, please contact us:

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Jacob Gonzalez

VP, Parking Solutions

832.730.1901

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