More than 1,800 new garage parking spaces coming to DIA

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Denver International Airport's iconic pitched roof. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

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Denver International Airport's iconic pitched roof. (Kevin J. Beaty/Denverite)

If you must drive to Denver International Airport and you must protect your car from things falling from the sky, good news. By the end of next week, there will be 1,821 more opportunities to park in a garage at the airport, 9News reports

DIA used $45 million from its capital improvement fund to create the spaces, which is welcome news given that garage parking is always in high demand, spokesperson Heath Montgomery told the outlet.

“You come out here in the middle of the week when all those people are traveling for business and it’s hard to find a garage spot, so this is going to relieve some of that pressure for us,” [he said.]

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