NOVEMBER 2011 Sydney Airport has commenced a $1.5m upgrade that will see the capacity of the T2 taxi rank increase from 10 to 15 vehicle spaces.
The work is part of a program to improve ground transport arrangement in Sydney Airport's domestic precinct.
When the works were publicly announced, the CEO, Kerrie Mather said "the increased capacity will provide an improved service for passengers and drivers and help reduce time people spend at the rank".
Currently the project is on track for completion before Christmas.
The relocation of the P Bus service to the long-term car park and the T Bus service to T1 have already been completed, with the general consensus from drivers being overwhelmingly positive due to the removal of these buses from taxi lanes.
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