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This week, Boston's Logan airport finally gets a cell-phone parking lot—a parking lot where drivers picking up arriving passengers can wait for the passengers to call and tell them when they've landed.

When New York's JFK airport added a cell-phone parking lot this summer, Erik Torkells blogged about the trend: "If your local airport doesn't have one of these lots, you should absolutely email them and ask why not. It means fewer cars clogging up airport roads, and cleaner air to boot. (The self-promoter in me needs to point out that cell-phone parking lots are one of the topics Brad Tuttle and I cover in How to Travel Now.)"

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