As the Houston Airport System continues to expand Houston’s presence on the international stage through the IAH Terminal Redevelopment Program (ITRP), we wanted to share a few tips for travelers as they come through Bush Airport.
Check the ITRP or fly2houston.com website for any updates on closures ahead of your trip to the airport. This will ensure you are prepared for any changes in routes, road closures, or other reroutes that may occur. For more information on the latest construction updates, click here.
Bush Airport has multiple parking options, which are all outlined in more detail on the airport’s main website. Choose your preferred parking option in advance and map your route to get there. Depending on your choice, you will then be able to access the terminals by walking or by shuttle to continue your journey.
We have developed signage across Bush Airport’s footprint to provide directional guidance, highlight closures, and convey construction impacts where needed. Look out for these signs and be sure to follow the directions closely. This will ensure a more seamless experience while onsite.
Cell phone lots are available to the public, providing a great place to regroup and meet up at the appropriate pick-up spot when everyone is ready. Avoid parking between construction barriers to reduce congestion and help keep your vehicle safe.
Use the available curb space at the appropriate terminal once your passengers have landed and deplaned. A major source of traffic congestion at the airport is often cars crowding terminal entrances rather than, using all the available curb space. Avoid using these areas for an extended period of time.
As the ITRP moves forward, change will be a constant. Make a plan each time you visit Bush Airport, as new detours, closures and other factors may impact on how you get to where you need to go.