Two Fast Park locations near the George Bush Intercontinental Airport (IAH) combined into one facility on March 14. The combined facility is branded Fast Park & Relax and includes a newly constructed and more easily accessible entrance at 6633 Will Clayton Parkway.

In March 2013, the original Fast Park & Relax moved from Greens Road to its current location adjacent to Fast Park2 on Will Clayton Parkway. Fast Park made this move last year with the intent to create one large Fast Park & Relax facility which will provide customers a better parking experience.

Since the move in March, Fast Park has been making significant changes to the facility to make it easier for customers to use. The combined Fast Park & Relax facility features:

• New zone drop-off/pick-up procedures
• Covered parking for 700 more spaces
• New large entrance/exit plaza
• New operations building
• New landscaping (coming soon) and enhanced lighting
• New Fast Park & Relax shuttles

The expanded facility now has a total of 3,528 spaces, with 77 percent of those spaces covered. By fall 2014, the facility will have close to 3,800 spaces, with 81 percent of those spaces covered.

As with all of Fast Park’s 15 other facilities, the Houston location includes eco-friendly elements, such as complimentary electric vehicle charging at four FastCharge® charging stations. Customers can park at the Houston facility for $5.52 a day, excluding taxes and airport fees.

About Fast Park
Fast Park is a leading offsite airport parking company headquartered in Cincinnati. With 16 facilities throughout the country, its brands include Fast Park & Relax, Fast Park2, Airport Fast Park, and Park Place. Fast Park offers the highest-quality customer service at its facilities 24 hours per day, seven days per week. Its convenient shuttle service transports travelers directly from their parking spot to their terminal. Facilities are located in the following cities: Albuquerque, Austin, Baltimore-BWI, Cincinnati, Cleveland, Houston-IAH, Indianapolis, Memphis, Miami, Milwaukee, Orlando, Raleigh and Tucson. For more information, visit or visit Fast Park’s Facebook page.