Boston’s Logan International Airport is finally introducing the long-discussed ride-share pickup changes.
The changes will see the current Uber and Lyft pickup lots moving from specific areas near each terminal to a centralised location built inside the airport’s Central Parking Garage.
Passengers passing through Terminal A and C will see the difference first because of the two terminals serving both JetBlue and Delta.
Massport, on Friday, announced a timeline for when the switch will take place.
Starting Monday, October 28, passengers travelling through Terminal A and C, who are planning on using pickup services such as Uber or Lyft, will be picked up at Central Parking Garage.
Terminal A receives Delta and JetBlue, while Terminal C serves JetBlue, Aer Lingus, Silver Airways, Cape Air and TAP.
From November 4, passengers arriving through Terminal B and E, If they plan on using Uber or Lyft, will be picked up at Central Parking Garage as well.
Terminal B serves American Airlines, Air Canada, Alaska Airlines, Spirit Airlines, Southwest Airlines, United Airlines and Boutique Air, and Terminal E serves all international airlines and all international arrivals in addition to a handful of domestic flights.
‘On Monday, November 11, all ride-share drop-offs between a timeline of 4 a.m to 10 a.m will move from the upper-level departure curbs to lower level terminal curbs.
On December 11, Logan Airport is also planning to move all ride-share drop-offs to the central Parking Garage, unless they are between 4 a.m to 10 a.m.
The Logan Airport officials pushed for the changes to alleviate the situation of traffic congestion during peak hours.