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ATTENTION RENTAL CAR CUSTOMERS: Effective July 15, 2014, the Bob Hope Airport Rental Car Pick-Up and Drop-Off Location has moved to the New Rental Car Center. As you drive into the airport, follow the Rental Car Return signs located on the airport roadways. The rental car return entrance is located on Ave B, which may be accessed by using either the Hollywood Way or Empire Ave entrances to the Bob Hope Airport. The Rental Car Customer Service Counter can be accessed by using the Bob Hope Airport’s new Elevated Walkway located adjacent the Bob Hope Airport Valet Center in front of the Terminal.

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Airport Authority Holds Regional Intermodal Transportation Center Grand Opening

The Burbank-Glendale-Pasadena Airport Authority held a Grand Opening ceremony June 27 to mark the completion of the $112 million Regional Intermodal Transportation Center (RITC) at Bob Hope Airport that will bring Airport patrons and multiple transportation modes together at a single location with easy access to and from the passenger terminal.

Final Airport Area Community Workshop to Be Held July 16

The Burbank Bob Hope Airport Area Ground Transportation and Land Use Study will hold its final community workshop on Wednesday, July 16, 5:30 p.m., at the City of Burbank Community Services Building, Room 104.

History and Art Realization Program Begins

Former Lockheed employees and others who want their names permanently linked to the Airport now have a chance to participate in a memorial brick campaign. A pavilion paved with the bricks is being planned next to the Valet Parking Center.