Reserved parking system debuts Tuesday at O’Hare, Midway

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A parking reservation program debuts Tuesday at O’Hare and Midway Airports. It will allow drivers to reserve covered spots inside airport garages for an extra $10 per space per day.

Reserved parking areas will be located on Level 4 of O’Hare’s parking garage and Level 4 of Midway’s Main Terminal Garage.

The new system should allow drivers to secure covered parking spots before leaving home and  avoid having to circle the floors of airport garages looking for spaces, officials said in a news release.

And, a reservation will guarantee a space among those in a reserved area, even if the garage is full upon arrival.

At O’Hare, up to 200 garage spaces a day will be part of the reservation system, a Chicago Department of Aviation spokeswoman said Monday. At Midway, up to 50 spaces will be held for it.

Reservations can be made via website or mobile device. The reservation fee is $10 per space per day, excluding other garage fees and taxes.

For O’Hare reserved parking information, call 773-686-7530. For Midway, call 773-838-0756. Online O’Hare garage reservations can be made at ord.clickandpark.com. Midway garage reservations can be made at mdw.clickandpark.com.

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