A reimagined Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is on the horizon as part of a $15 billion Capital Improvement Program that will modernize terminals, provide an elevated guest experience, create a safer airfield, improve access to one of the world’s busiest airports and provide the long-awaited connection to regional transportation.

Since 2017, Terminals 1 and 7/8 have undergone major infrastructure improvements with $980 million invested in Terminal 1 and $546 million invested in Terminals 7/8. Currently, more than $4 billion worth of improvements are being made to Terminals 2/3 ($2.3 billion), Terminals 4/5 ($1.6 billion) and Terminal 6 ($230 million). A brand new, $1.7 billion, state-of-the-art 15-gate facility, the West Gates at Tom Bradley International Terminal, opened in May 2021, while construction for the $5.5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), which includes an Automated People Mover train system, Consolidated Rent-A-Car facility, Intermodal Transportation Facilities and roadway improvements, got underway in 2019. The first component of the LAMP – the $294 million LAX Economy Parking facility – made its public debut in October 2021. In the future, LAX will start work on a more than $6 billion Airfield and Terminal Modernization Project (ATMP), which will add a new terminal, concourse, and elevated roadway system, while enhancing safety on the airfield.

From airside to landside, a transformation like no other is underway as LAX and the City of Los Angeles prepare to welcome the world to the 2028 Olympic and Paralympic Games.

A reimagined Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is on the horizon as part of a $15 billion Capital Improvement Program that will modernize terminals, provide an elevated guest experience, create a safer airfield, improve access to one of the world’s busiest airports and provide the long-awaited connection to regional transportation.

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