People renting cars at Chicago's Midway International Airport now will find their vehicles housed at a new rental facility.
The Chicago Department of Aviation announced the opening of the new $55 million facility Tuesday. The building replaces several rental car facilities and lots in and around Midway.
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Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz, National, Thrifty and Enterprise rental car companies operate at the new building.
The facility includes a customer service center, a five-level garage for more than 1,800 vehicles, and a facility where the vehicles can be fueled and washed.
Shuttle buses will take people from the terminal to the facility. The buses will be powered by bio-diesel fuel.
Chicago Mayor Rahm Emanuel says the investment makes Midway "an even more valuable asset to the city."