Cable TV network to show interview with MAA official...

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March 05, 2001

Cable TV network to show interview with MAA official

Edward P. "Ned" Carey, Maryland Aviation Administration chief of staff, will be a guest on this month's Comcast CNN Headline News broadcast lineup of interviews on Maryland transportation.

Carey will represent the MAA, owner and operator of BWI and Martin State Airport and regulator of the state's 36 public-use airports, on the "Issues and Answers" programs scheduled March 13 and 27.

The interview will cover BWI issues, including expansion of the airport's terminal, its roadways and parking facilities. It will be broadcast in the mornings at 7:24, 9:24, 10:24, 11:24, and afternoons at 5:24, 7:24, and 9:24.

The interviews this month about Maryland transportation will include discussions with Deputy Transportation Secretary Beverley Swaim-Staley, former Transportation Secretary Bill Hellman, Ron Freeland of the Mass Transit Administration, Parker Williams of the State Highway Administration, Maryland Port Administration Executive Director James White and Baltimore Metropolitan Council Executive Director Paul Farragut.

Parking lot to be moved during construction work

In preparation for the expansion of Baltimore-Washington International Airport, the Express Service Parking lot will be moved tomorrow to Aviation Boulevard and Elkridge Landing Road, and will offer a reduced parking rate.

The parking area will be composed of lots on each side of Elkridge Landing Road, with entrances where daily express parking is offered.

The location will be the closest parking lot to the terminal. The rates will be $3 an hour and $13 a day, a reduction of $1 an hour and $5 a day.

Free shuttles will meet patrons at their vehicles and return them to their vehicles.

To reach the new location from Interstate 95, take Exit 1A (Route 170 north) toward Linthicum. Turn left at the second traffic light, and the entrances will be on both sides.

Construction will begin on the inbound terminal roadway soon after the current Express Service Parking lot has been vacated.

BWI officials encourage travelers to call 1-800-I-FLY-BWI, log on www.bwiairport.com and listen to radio station 1040 AM for information and construction updates.

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