Raleigh-Durham International Airport parking employee Tanya Brown enters vehicle license numbers into a handheld computer that keeps track of which car is parked in which space in which lot. The airport conducts a census of its parking lots every night, in part so it can help travelers find their cars if they forgot where they parked.
Raleigh-Durham International Airport parking employee Tanya Brown enters vehicle license numbers into a handheld computer that keeps track of which car is parked in which space in which lot. The airport conducts a census of its parking lots every night, in part so it can help travelers find their cars if they forgot where they parked. Staff N&O file photo
Raleigh-Durham International Airport parking employee Tanya Brown enters vehicle license numbers into a handheld computer that keeps track of which car is parked in which space in which lot. The airport conducts a census of its parking lots every night, in part so it can help travelers find their cars if they forgot where they parked. Staff N&O file photo

Lost your car at RDU? The airport knows where it is.

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