Los Angeles World Airports

LAX Landside Access Modernization Program

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is in the midst of a multi-billion dollar modernization program at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). As part of this effort, LAWA is proposing to implement the LAX Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) to keep LAX a world-class destination airport. The project consists of an automated people mover system, a consolidated rental car facility, intermodal transportation facilities, roadway improvements, as well as a connection to regional transit systems.

TRG is assisting in the public relations and community outreach efforts for this project. Early on, TRG developed a strategic outreach plan to engage stakeholders, both locally and regionally, and define critical steps to build project support on the vital project to enhance the 2nd busiest airport in the nation. Outreach has included coordinating briefings and tours with elected officials, convening an ad hoc committee, developing collateral materials, and identifying key opportunities for outreach. TRG’s efforts have helped LAWA build relationships within the community, communicate project benefits, and establish a foundation for frequent and effective public engagement. (cover photo: Paul Paulsen - AirTeamImages)

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) certified the Final EIR for LAMP in March 2017, which will be presented to the Los Angeles City Council for final approval this summer.

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