LAWA is working to provide an improved application portal for a Non-Exclusive License Agreement. We apologize for the delay. Please check back on February 22, 2024.
The biennial re-decal process occurs in odd number years (e.g. 2021, 2023, etc.). Re-decal is processed online only – no walk-ins. Instructions on using the online re-decal program will be posted soon.
Each commercial vehicle must have a current permit and active LAX issued transponder affixed to the vehicle in the manner prescribed by LAWA. Vehicle permits and transponders are not transferable or assignable.
To add a vehicle:
- Complete a service request at http://lax.to/GTVehicleAddDelete.
Documents must be approved by GT staff and the operator must have:
- Active CPUC status
- Vehicle must be on the CPUC account
- Approved insurance and on the vehicle schedule
- Properly displayed TCP #s on the vehicle, as required
- All fees paid; each new transponder requires $50 use fee
- The number of vehicles may not exceed the number of members/owners
- You must have worker’s comp insurance to add more vehicles than member/owners.
To delete a vehicle:
Complete a service request at http://lax.to/GTVehicleAddDelete and return transponder and vehicle permit.
- Sticker-style transponder: Cut the old vehicle transponder sticker in half, then upload a photo of the cut sticker transponder. Make sure to completely remove the metal antenna portion from the windshield.
- Box-style vehicle transponder: Put the old transponder in an envelope labeled with the company name and TCP number, then place the envelope in the drop box in the main lobby of 7301 World Way West, Mon-Fri, 7:30am to 3:30pm.
Replacement permit and/or transponder
Windshield replaced? Complete a service request at http://lax.to/GTVehicleAddDelete to get the transponder replaced. Bring the old transponder and a copy of the vehicle DMV registration to the appointment.
Courtesy accounts are invoiced monthly for each full or partial circuit of the LAX Central Terminal Area roadways.
Rules & Regulations
Operators and their drivers are responsible for knowing and abiding by the LAX Ground Transportation Rules and Regulations. Violations may result in citation and vehicle impound.