SAN JOSE, Calif. (KCBS)_ Over the next several months San Jose’s airport will be moving ahead with the next phase of its $80 million construction project on a new taxi-way which is parallel to one of the main runways.

Airport spokesman David Vossbrink says this will result in some temporary disruptions.

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“It involves some heavy construction equipment and crews on the airfield; we’ll be shutting down one of our main commercial runways for one week only next week,” says Vossbrink.

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He says the only thing people might notice, especially if they live on the southern side of San Jose, is that the planes are shifted more off to the left than usual.

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Vossbrink says he doesn’t expect the construction to affect flight times, or create any delays.