Rich Barone, vice president for transportation at the Regional Plan Association, a civic group focused on urban planning, welcomed the interim improvements.
“It’s good that they’re doing this,” Mr. Barone said. “They should stabilize it. They shouldn’t let things get worse. They shouldn’t let the roof fall in.”
Still, until the new terminal opens, the improvements will have their limits. “It’s not going to be an uplifting experience,” Mr. Barone said.
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