LAX – ON THE MOVE
The Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) would relieve traffic congestion, fully connect LA with LAX and contribute to making LAX a world-class airport. Learn More.
LAMP is part of a $14 billion modernization of LAX – creating 121,640 jobs and pumping billions into our economy. Learn More.
The LAMP plan includes an Automated People Mover (APM) with pedestrian walkways to terminals for easy access into LAX. Learn more.
The People Mover would link to two Intermodal Transportation Facilities – allowing for bus and shuttle pick-up/drop-off, as well as vehicle parking. Plus a Consolidated Rent-A-Car Center. Learn More.
A new Metro stop linked to the APM would finally allow LAX and public transit to seamlessly connect. Learn More.
New Ways to Navigate LAXWe're working hard to find ways to manage increasing LAX traffic congestion and improve your travel experience. Learn what's changing so you can better navigate LAX today…and in the future.
Board of Airport Commissioners Certifies LAMP Final EIR
MARCH 2, 2017
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners certified the Final Environmental Impact Report for proposed Landside Access Modernization Program at LAX and recommended that the Los Angeles City Council approve the program. Read More
February Construction Activities May Cause Passenger Impacts
FEBRUARY 1, 2017
Major construction projects will continue to impact travelers during February, with sidewalk and vehicle lane closures and in-terminal work. Read More
L.A. City Planning Department Hearings Begin Feb. 2 on LAMP
FEBRUARY 1, 2017
The first of several public hearings regarding the entitlement process for LAX proposed Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) is scheduled for February 2, 2017. Read More
TIPS & SHORTCUTS
LAX Meet WazeDid you know our real-time traffic maps are now linked with Waze, the community-based navigation app? And you can see LAX parking lot availability in real time!
Shuttle Changes on 1/23On January 23rd, private parking shuttles will only be allowed to use the upper level roadways, while hotel shuttles will only use the lower roads. Learn more.
Look for the NumbersColumns on the lower level throughout the terminal area are being numbered so motorists can locate arriving passengers more easily. No more searching for each other!
Where to FlyAway®FlyAway® buses drop you off on the Upper Departure Level and pick you up on the Lower Arrival Level of each terminal. Look for the green "FlyAway, Buses & Long Distance Vans" signs and you'll find each bus marked with its service location. Click for more.
No Lazy Sundays HereSunday night is the busiest time for arrivals, with 5:30 pm to 1:30 am being peak hours. Plan ahead and visit our real time traffic map before you go.
Go Against The GrainWhen it's crowded on the departures level (mornings), drop your passengers off on the arrivals level. Or, when picking passengers up when it's crowded in the evenings, have them meet you on the departures level.
West Way ShortcutAvoid lower level World Way loop traffic. Take the West Way shortcut on the upper level (a sharp left past Terminal 2) and make a fast right at "to Arrivals," and you'll end up across from the International Terminal.
Quick ExitOn the lower level, take the West Way shortcut just past Terminal 2, then make a left at Center Way to exit the airport.
1, 2, 3 ExitWhen picking up at Terminals 1, 2 or 3, get in the left lane, and when you reach the Tom Bradley International Terminal, make a left on Center Way, then stay to the right and you can exit the airport on the lower level.
Find Out Before You Check In:
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