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SALT LAKE CITY (AP) — Travelers leaving their cars at Salt Lake City International Airport need to be extra alert to catch a new entrance to the airport's economy parking lot.
Airport officials say the new entrance opened Tuesday that requires drivers to make a left turn off the airport entry road much sooner than before.
Dave Korzep with airport operations says there are plenty of signs highlighting the new change but drivers need to be aware they'll have to exit and re-enter the airport if they miss the turn.
The lot costs up to $9 a day.
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