Built based on estimated traffic expectations, the parking lot at the new Northwest Florida Beaches International Airport is already proving inadequate. The board has already had to open up a temporary unpaved overflow parking area to ease complaints of not enough parking spaces for travelers.
Having been up there, I was able to take video of the creeks and waterways that serve as the natural water run-off point for the new Panama City Airport. Again, I was able to see no apparent damage or side-effects of any damage. However, apparently, after the comments in the other post, I would need to be in a helicopter to observe the claimed negative effects the airport construction site is having on the environment.