Topic : LAX

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Phoenix Motorcars wins 'Innovative Sustainability Project' award

Shuttle| November 1, 2017

The company collaborated with L & R Group of Companies to replace gas-powered shuttle buses at LAX with Zero Emission Utility Shuttles buses.

Metrolink’s Leahy ‘navigates complex relationships’

Management & Operations| October 11, 2017

One of the nation’s leading transit officials, Leahy served as CEO of the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority (Metro) for six years. During that time, he guided implementation of one of the largest public works programs in U.S. history, securing billions in federal and state dollars to help finance construction of dozens of transit and highway projects.

Rail| August 22, 2017

[Video] The Future of LAX: Automated People Mover

Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) is modernizing with an Automated People Mover train, which will be a more convenient and reliable way to access LAX terminals. Published on Aug 15, 2017

 

 

Government Issues| August 27, 2015

L.A. gives final approval for Uber, Lyft pick ups at LAX

The council agreed to explore a possible city ordinance to require ride-hailing driver background checks to include fingerprint-based screening.

Government Issues| July 17, 2015

LAX greenlights plan allowing Uber, Lyft to pick up passengers

The LAX Board of Commissioners voted for a change Thursday, which would allow Uber and Lyft drivers to drop off and pick up passengers at a designed area on the airport’s upper departure level, paying the airport $4 each way.

Bus| June 17, 2011

AECOM program supports LAX terminal planning, logistics

Technologies and systems were selected after receiving feedback from LAWA's various geospatial data stakeholders. The CALM program is made up of LAWA and AECOM staff, as well as several sub-consultants with various expertise.
Management & Operations| December 10, 2009

L.A. Metro approves LAX corridor LRT extension

The light rail alternative will be 8.5 miles in length from the Metro Green Line Aviation Station to the Expo Line, now under construction, with a travel time estimated at 20 minutes. There will be seven new stations plus an option for one more.
Bus| October 9, 2009

FlyAway bus expands service from LAX to OC

Agreement by Los Angeles World Airports is part of its ground transportation initiative to expand bus system to improve passenger convenience and reduce traffic congestion. The Irvine Station is the fourth site in the FlyAway network.

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