Automated People Mover (APM) and Theme Building at LAX

Los Angeles World Airports Announces LINXS as Recommended Developer of LAX Automated People Mover

02/17/2018

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LINXS' proposal had the highest technical score and the lowest cost proposal of the three teams that participated in the procurement process. LAWA will present a 30-year contract valued at approximately $4.5 billion to the BOAC and City Council for approval. The contract includes milestone payments for the design and construction phases, as well as authorizes future payments for operating and maintaining the APM for the contract period.

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5 Ways to Travel Like a VIP at LAX

01/21/2018

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From expedited customs entry to exclusive lounges to makeovers and massages, here are five ways for travelers from around the world to get the VIP treatment at LAX.

Take a Sneak Peek at the New Midfield Satellite Concourse at LAX

11/11/2017

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Part of the airport's multi-billion dollar modernization program, the MSC will be constructed west of TBIT and will be accessed either by bus or by a 1,000-foot pedestrian tunnel from TBIT. The tunnel will originate at a new gateway facility connected to TBIT near Gate 148, and will have moving walkways to move passengers through the tunnel.

The Landside Access Modernization Program will Transform LAX

11/11/2017

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A future project of the multi-billion dollar LAX modernization program, LAMP includes five major elements: a 2.25-mile Automated People Mover (APM) that will connect three on-airport stations to Metro Rail and transit services; a Consolidated Rent-A-Car center; two Intermodal Transportation Facilities for additional parking, ground transportation services, and meeter-greeter activities; and roadway improvements. These major elements are scheduled to be delivered by 2023.

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LAX Dining & Retail Redesign Earns National Recognition

07/11/2016

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Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) was recently honored by Airport Revenue News as having the best concessions design among large airports for the second straight year. The recognition follows Westfield's redesign of dining, retail and amenities at Terminals 1, 2, 3 and 6, as well as at Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT).

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