Just in time for the busy holiday traveling season, Denver International Airport has opened a brand new four-story parking garage, available today to passengers departing from the Mile High City. The $46 million dollar garage is located near the southeast corner of the Jeppesen Terminal, and took about two years to construct. The money used to fund the project came directly from revenue collected at the airport from things like concessions, parking fees, and rental cars. The new garage adds an extra 1,821 parking spaces, on top of the 44,271 that are already on-site at DIA. While 44,271 spots sounds like a lot, there were at least 100 days, consistently over the past few years, that both the east and west parking garages were completely full. The cost is $3 per hour or $24 per day for public parking, and there are also six free electric charging stations in the new garage too.