ST. LOUIS — Officials in the city of St. Louis wants about $125 million in bond financing for improvements at Lambert Airport.
The money would pay for renovations at the airport, including new ticket counters, better security checkpoints and new restaurants. It also involves new restrooms, lighting and signs.
The improvements are part of an ongoing effort to modernize, called Lambert's Airport Experience Program. Construction for the next set of projects could begin in 2010.