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Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is in the midst of the largest public works project in the history of the City of Los Angeles, with more significant progress on the way as the Landside Access and Modernization Program (LAMP) ramps up.  According to the Los Angeles Economic Development Corporation (LAEDC), overall capital investment will reach $10.1B, in the process providing 121,640 annual jobs in Southern California. This equates to $7.6B in regional labor income.  Furthermore, Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) generates millions in state and local taxes and over a billion in federal tax revenues.  Detailed information about the economic impact of LAX and the ongoing modernization program can be found in the reports below:

 

Los Angeles International Airport in 2014 – Economic Impact Analysis

Los Angeles International Airport in 2011 - Economic Impact Analysis

LAX Airfield and Terminal Construction Projects - Economic Impact Analysis

 

The Economic Activity Dependent on Overseas Flights at LAX


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