It would travel between the airport and Union Station, offering a more direct alternative to the under-construction Crenshaw/LAX Line. Not eligible for Measure M dollars, it’s not clear yet where the funding will come from.
2.3 million travelers are expected to fly in and out of LAX during the holiday week, an eight percent increase over last year’s record. The busiest days will the Wednesday before Thanksgiving and then Sunday and Monday.
Airport leaders are planning a myriad new ways to move around the notoriously jammed terminals. The biggest change is a "people mover," a driver-less, electric train that will ferry passengers among terminals.
Film director Lance Oppenheimer stumbles upon the RV neighborhood and documents the stories of a few of its residents. "A house is just a dwelling, that's how I look at it, and right now, I can dwell in pretty much anything," one says.
Traveling to and from Los Angeles International Airport can be a terrible experience, but a host of completed and upcoming changes promise to make the airport a little more tolerable. Here's a helpful timeline detailing the work that's now underway.