Travel Advisories

August 2019: Changes to Parking Garage 

As of August 1st, Bradley International Airport’s short term and long term garage parking will be combined into one and will now be simply referred to as garage parking. Travelers who wish to avail of garage parking, may enter the parking garage and use any available space. The parking garage will operate under one rate structure and the rates will vary based on the parking duration. For further information please follow the directional signage upon arrival at the airport, or please visit

August 2019: Roadway Construction Update

Both inbound and outbound traffic at Route 20 access to the airport are now utilizing portions of the new, modern roundabout while construction continues in the area.

Please be advised that a new traffic pattern will be introduced in preparation for the completion of construction of the modern roundabout.

A new traffic pattern (please see map below) will go into effect on Monday, August 26th, and will last approximately six weeks.

When construction is completed the roundabout will operate in its final traffic pattern, which will ultimately allow for the entering, exiting and recirculating of traffic.

Since construction is still ongoing in the area, travelers should exercise caution and follow the construction signs and variable message boards for directions and any further changes to the traffic patterns.

Please visit this page often for further updates and thank you for your patience while this work is completed.



The roadway construction at Bradley International Airport’s Route 20 entrance is approaching its final stages. During these next phases of construction, access to the airport from the Route 20 connector will not be interrupted, however, new traffic patterns will be put in place to allow for the completion of the construction.

“This is an exciting time at Bradley International Airport,” said Connecticut Airport Authority (CAA) Executive Director Kevin A. Dillon, A.A.E. “We’re committed to taking the travel experience at the airport to the next level and that starts with the arrival at the airport. The new roadway will completely change the way travelers enter the airport, most importantly it will make access easier and safer. It will also bring us one step closer to the development of the Ground Transportation Center, which will be another major improvement for our travelers.”

The CAA began the construction of the new roadway system in June 2017. The project involves the realignment of Schoephoester Road along with a portion of the airport’s lower roadway system, as well as the construction of a modern roundabout. Ultimately, when construction is complete, these changes will provide a new entrance to the airport at the Route 20 access point.

The main feature of the new roadway system is the modern roundabout which is an effective tool to reducing vehicle speeds while maintaining high levels of traffic. The new roadway system will also result in the opening of a 19-acres site, which will be used for the future development of the airport’s Ground Transportation Center.

During these next phases of construction, and over the course of the next six months, there will be several changes to the traffic pattern in order to achieve the final roadway configuration. Construction signs and variable message boards will be present along the roadway to alert travelers to these changes. Information about the changes in traffic patterns will be available on the airport’s website,

Please exercise caution and plan ahead when traveling to the airport during this construction period.