Changes in Terminal 1, including the opening of a new Security Screening Check Point for passengers, highlight what will be a busy April as Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) continues its $14-billion modernization effort. Passengers using LAX in April will need to plan ahead to navigate sidewalk and vehicle lane closures and in-terminal work. Construction alerts showing Central Terminal Area (CTA) roadway lane restrictions and sidewalk closures, as well as a pedestrian walking map and helpful airline terminal finder, can be found at www.laxishappening.com . LAX provides real-time traffic status in and around the CTA, and space availability in the terminal area parking garages and Lot C on Waze, the community-based traffic reporting app. Read full article here.
There are many balls in the air transit-wise these days around Los Angeles with ongoing construction or planning on multiple projects. With early work underway on the section of the Purple Line Extension subway that will serve downtown Beverly Hills and Century City, I wanted to give a brief refresher on the project for those new to the game. Read full Source article here.
The Los Angeles City Planning Commission (CPC) recommended the City Council approve zone change requests and amendments to various municipal planning documents in conjunction with the use and development of Los Angeles World Airports’ (LAWA’s) proposed Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). These recommendations were made during a special joint meeting of the CPC with the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC). Read press release here.
“I take my job very seriously,” Inglewood Councilman George Dotson told the Sentinel in a recent interview. Read full interview here.
Amid long-running tension in East L.A.'s Ramona Gardens, youth and police are turning to dialogue to improve relations and stem violence.
The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) certified the Final EIR for Los Angeles World Airports’ Landside Access Modernization Program at LAX and recommended that the LA City Council concur and approve the LAMP Project. Read the full press release here.
Mayor Eric Garcetti acknowledged the closing of escrow on a 42-acre riverfront parcel, known as the ‘crown jewel’ of the Los Angeles River revitalization plan, on Friday, more than a month after the city approved its purchase. Read full article here.