Terminal Update This week the Airport announced a partnership with The Strong Museum of Play to feature two interactive play zones at ROC as part of the ongoing revitalization project. Click here to read the full announcement. The newly relocated Hudson News store is projected to be open by the end of February. Prep work for installation of steel to support the terminal expansion in the food court is underway.
Security Update The main passenger security checkpoint construction is progressing. Four passenger screening checkpoint lanes are operational in this location. During high volume travel periods, a secondary passenger security checkpoint - “Checkpoint A” is operational with two checkpoint lanes near the American Airlines Ticketing counter. As a reminder to passengers traveling during February Break, please arrive at least Airport 90 minutes prior to your scheduled departure time.
Traffic & Pedestrian Pattern Updates The Upper Level Departures roadway remains open at all times for dropping off departing or picking up arriving passengers. The old canopy and passenger walkway on the departures roadway has been removed. Crews are continuing to construct foundations for the installation of the new canopy.
The Arrivals Level remains impacted with detours for various entrances and exits to the terminal and related crosswalks. Shuttle and RTS Bus Pick Up has moved to the west end of the arrivals roadway. All Valet operations (pick up and drop off) are taking place on the lower level arrivals roadway. Rideshare pick up is also taking place on the lower level arrivals roadway.
Ticketing/Gate Update All Airline ticketing counters remain in their current locations from East to West: United Airlines, Air Canada, Southwest, Delta Air Lines, JetBlue, Allegiant & American Airlines.
Parking Update All parking lots remain open. The ROC Airport Smart Phone Lot is open and operating. This lot is located on Airport Way - the first right hand turn as you approach the terminal from Brooks Avenue and is complete with a large flight information display screen. To reduce roadway congestion family and friends picking up passengers are encouraged to use this lot.
Bid opportunities currently available for the project can be reviewed at the Monroe County Purchasing website.
Renderings of interactive play zones planned for ROC modeled after The Strong's National Toy Hall of Fame & World Video Game Hall of Fame