From the iconic Beverly Hills Hotel to the Pacific Design Center’s blue building.
All pickups will be directed to a centralized lot near Terminal 1.
Options include a loft in a stately Downtown building with skyline views and a two-bedroom steps from Venice Beach.
It would link up to the bike path and contain "two natural habitat preserves."
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The project’s cost could be worth it: Metro says it would get riders from the Valley to LAX in under 40 minutes.
Just in time for the holiday weekend.
Drivers in Los Angeles are calling for a $28 hourly rate.
Plus another concourse and an extra stop on the future people mover.
See what that price buys in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Westwood to Westchester.
See what that price gets in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, from Burbank to Long Beach.
The shuttle will connect the airport to LA’s rail network.
New stations in Mar Vista, Palms, and Playa will open just in time for CicLAvia this weekend.
See what that price rents in five Los Angeles neighborhoods, including the Hollywood Hills and North Hollywood.
"As more terminals are renovated, and the new people-mover opens, our success and popularity as a destination will only increase."
The redesign includes new shops, restaurants, and an Urth Caffe.
Fresh renderings show where rail and the people mover will meet.
Getting ready for the airport’s new shuttle system.
See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including Echo Park, Mount Washington, and Santa Monica.
See what that price buys in five neighborhoods, including a condo with Downtown views and a mini ranch in the Valley.
Here are five apartments—from Echo Park to Westchester—renting for about the same price. Which would you pick?
From Eagle Rock to Westchester.
The Park to Playa Trail would connect some of the area’s most popular walking and biking trails.
Metro’s new light rail route may not connect to the Green Line as smoothly as some riders hoped.
The bold designs captured the spirt of post-war futurism and enticed passing drivers to slow down and stop in.
Offices and recreation space are coming to 93 acres north of LAX.
A new video shows off the shuttle system’s sleek design.
The enormous structure would carry pedestrians and bicyclists across 1,400 feet of waterway.
The elevated train will ferry passengers around the airport, with cars running every two minutes, 24/7, for free.
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Can the car funnel that is Century Boulevard become a ‘lively and active urban environment’?
A big makeover will bring over 400 guest units to the 13-story building, just blocks from the airport.
The $1.6 billion project will add 12 gates, along with new stores and restaurants, to the Tom Bradley International Terminal.
The city planned to narrow roads in order to make them safer, but the strategy is proving unpopular, even among some elected officials.
Lanes of traffic for cars, which had been removed in order to make the streets safer, will be restored on three streets.
Set to rise on Sepulveda Boulevard lose to Center Drive, the project would be right next door to another planned development.
The lanes had been removed to make the streets safer for walkers and bicyclists, but angry drivers complained the changes were snarling traffic.
The project would improve the habitat for wildlife and improve tidal flow in and out of Ballona Creek. It would also bring new trails and bridges for walkers and bikers.