A portion of the Dallas Love Field parking garage where dozens of vehicles were submerged under floodwaters last month will remain closed indefinitely.
A City of Dallas spokesman confirmed about 100 parking spots on the lowest levels of Parking Garage A will remain unavailable. It's not clear when the affected area will be reopened.
The spokesman said there is plenty of parking available across the airport's three garages.
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Love Field made national headlines after the intense April storm dumped torrential rain on the airport. The city said a storm drain had backed up, which caused water to fill the lowest portion of the garage.
The Dallas Morning News reported a recent city council briefing said it would cost about $127 million to upgrade the airport's drainage system.