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Officials to tout 2.25-mile LAX Automated People Mover at groundbreaking

LOS ANGELES — A groundbreaking ceremony will be held Thursday for the 2.25-mile Automated People Mover at Los Angeles International Airport, which aims to cut down on auto traffic traveling in and out of the facility, officials said. The project has a targeted opening date of 2023. The groundbreaking ceremony will include Mayor Eric Garcetti, members of the City Council, officials from Los Angeles World Airports and other leaders. The Automated People Mover train is seen above the terminal l...
Tags: Business, Politics, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, City Council, Electric, Seattle, Eric Garcetti, Southern California, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, People Mover, LAWA, Crenshaw LAX


YD Design Storm #18

The YD Design Storm takes a look at products, services, and spaces that are storming the internet. The idea? To turn internet-storming material into brainstorming material! Scroll down for our collection of handpicked works from design websites, portfolios, and social media. Get inspired, save projects, pin images, or share links with fellow design enthusiasts!Watch this space for your digest of design brain-fodder… and an ever-evolving map of design trends!Kalk OR Motorcycle by Ride CakeDelta C...
Tags: Design, Best Of, Product Design, Hera, LAWA, YD Design Storm, Design Storm, Mickael KoskaTriflora, UmbraCloverleaf


Flyaway bus and parking service free for federal workers during shutdown

LOS ANGELES – Los Angeles World Airport announced today that its FlyAway bus service will be free to all federal workers during the ongoing partial government shutdown, and it also will defer billing for federal employees parking at its lots. Thousands of federal workers, primarily from the Transportation Security Administration, Customs and Border Protection and the Federal Aviation Administration, are working without pay at Los Angeles International Airport and Van Nuys Airport. “When TSA agen...
Tags: News, Sport, Soccer, Tsa, Lausd, Local News, Faa, Eric Garcetti, Federal Aviation Administration, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, Garcetti, LAWA, Deborah Flint, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze


After 90 years, Van Nuys Airport throws itself a little bash

Van Nuys Airport gave itself a 90th birthday party on Monday, attracting a sprinking of guests who paid tribute to the hub for its growth as a major presence in the Valley’s economy. “The airport is surrounded by over a hundred businesses,” said Councilwoman Nury Martinez as she spoke amid the din of jets taking off from a nearby runway. “The metamorphosis of the airport is a direct reflection in the San Fernando Valley that they have experienced over the past 90 years.” About 70 people gathered...
Tags: Business, News, California, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Bradley Cooper, Marilyn Monroe, Red Cross, Breaking News, Chatsworth, Local News, Casablanca, Humphrey Bogart, Sparks, Southern California


New $516.7 million Terminal 1 at LAX is steeped in LA imagery, food and retail

The newly designed and re-opened Terminal 1 at LAX on Friday, November 30, 2018. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Urth Caffe and Bar at the newly designed and re-opened Terminal 1 at LAX on Friday, November 30, 2018. (Photo by Axel Koester, Contributing Photographer) Sound The gallery will resume in seconds Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti joins Southwest Airlines CEO Gary Kelly and others to celebrate the unveiling of the new Terminal 1 at LAX on Friday, Novem...
Tags: Transportation, Business, Hollywood, News, Airports, California, La, China, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Chicago, Soccer, Westfield, Las Vegas, Oakland


Gunman’s deadly LAX rampage has spurred changes 5 years later

Five years ago Thursday, Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 3 became a “war zone.” A 23-year-old anti-government extremist with a grudge against the Transportation Security Administration opened fire, killing TSA Officer Gerardo Hernandez of Porter Ranch and wounding two other TSA employees and an airline passenger. Wednesday, October 17, 2018, LAX Police Chief David L. Maggard Jr. discusses the changes that have been made in security at the airport since a TSA agent was shot and k...
Tags: News, Shooting, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, California Highway Patrol, Tsa, CHP, Local News, Lapd, Los Angeles City Council, Gerardo Hernandez, Transportation Security Administration, Ontario, Porter Ranch, Lax


Van Nuys Airport — one of world’s busiest of its kind — is fixing up its taxiways before it’s too late

One of the Van Nuys Airport’s key taxiways will undergo renovation work before it becomes “unusable,” according to airport officials. Los Angeles World Airports’ Board of Airport Commissioners awarded a contract to Brea-based Griffith Co. for construction of Taxiway B as part of a $26.3 million project. The project makes use of a $12.4 million grant from the Federal Aviation Administration last year, and an expected added grant this month, which would cover a chunk of the cost, according to a re...
Tags: Transportation, News, La, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Faa, Federal Aviation Administration, San Fernando Valley, LAWA, Van Nuys, Brea, Van Nuys Airport, Top Stories LADN, Los Angeles Board of Airport, Van Nuys LAX


LAX could go dark early Wednesday as airport tests backup power systems

LAX terminals 1, 2 and 3 could be temporarily in the dark early Wednesday, Sept. 23, 2018, while the airport tests its electrical backup systems. (File photo by Chuck Bennett/Daily Breeze/SCNG) LOS ANGELES — Travelers planning to be at Los Angeles International Airport in the wee hours of Wednesday morning could find themselves temporarily in the dark, as the airport tests the capabilities of its electrical backup systems that are designed to respond to a major power outage. The testing will b...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Power, Soccer, Delta, Local News, Disney Channel, Lax, Power Outage, Los Angeles International Airport, LAWA, LAX Airport, David Henrie, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze


Bob Hope USO lands in posh new home at LAX to serve America’s service men and women

Disabled Marine Juan Gonzalez carries US flag to new headquarters with USO president Bob Kurkjian. The Bob Hope USO moved their headquarters at LAX to the historic Theme Building Friday July 27, 2018. The USO offers military members and their families a place to relax,eat, and use online services while passing thru LAX. (Photo by Robert Casillas, Contributing Photographer) Cafeteria with seating area and televisions. The Bob Hope USO moved their headquarters at LAX to the historic Theme Buil...
Tags: Business, News, Navy, Charity, Uncategorized, US, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Military, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Lax, Bob Hope, LAWA


we movie to canada: wmtc annual movie awards, 2017-18 edition

The list of movies I want to see gets longer and longer, as I watch more series and fewer films. Even so, the 2017-18 list is impressive.First, the annual recap:- Canadian musicians and comedians (2006-07 and 2007-08)- my beverage of choice (2008-09)- famous people who died during the past year (2009-10)- where I'd like to be (2010-11)- vegetables (2011-12) (I was out of ideas!)- Big Life Events in a year full of Big Life Changes (2012-13)- cheese (I'm getting desperate!) (2013-14)- types of tra...
Tags: Travel, UK, New York, Wales, New York City, America, Roger Ebert, Manchester, Broadway, Jane Austen, Nebraska, Silicon Valley, John Coltrane, Vancouver, Espn, Woody Harrelson


Charity events in the San Fernando Valley area, May 28-June 4

William Shatner’s Hollywood Charity Horse Show takes place on June 2 at the Los Angeles Equestrian Center on Riverside Drive in Burbank. (File photo by John McCoy/Los Angeles Daily News) EVENTS Walk and Play L.A.: Family-friendly 3K walk, festival and sports clinics hosted by professional athletes for ages 4-12, 8:30 a.m. June 2. Registration onsite, 7 a.m. Registration fee $35; $15 ages 11 and younger. See website for registering as a team. Fundraising goal per person $250. Proceeds go to C...
Tags: Texas, New York City, Charity, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, United States, Showtime, Volunteer, Amc Theatres, Local-news, William Shatner, Fundraiser, Priceline, Frank Lloyd Wright


LAX planning consolidated police facility

The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners has authorized a contract for the construction of a new airport police facility at Los Angeles International Airport. The Airport Police Division of Los Angeles World Airports currently operates out of nine separate locations separated by six miles, which poses challenges to the force’s operations and emergency response, according to LAWA. The new facility will co-locate many of the LAPD’s functions onto one site and, once completed, will be one of ...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Lapd, Lax, LAWA, Los Angeles Airport, Patrick Gannon, Los Angeles Airport Police, Deborah Flint, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Los Angeles World Airports, Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners


Cardinal George Pell trial ruling welcomed by survivors' rights group

Decision seen as turning point in Catholic church sexual abuse crisis and victory for secular lawA survivors’ rights group has hailed as a “turning point” an Australian magistrate’s ruling that Cardinal George Pell, one of the most senior officials in the Vatican, will stand trial on historical sexual offence charges.The decision by Belinda Wallington comes as the church in Rome continues to be dogged by accusations that it has failed to do enough to come to grips with a sexual abuse crisis. Con...
Tags: Religion, World news, Australia news, Rome, Catholicism, Pope Francis, Christianity, Vatican, The papacy, George Pell, LAWA, Belinda Wallington


$4.9 billion Automated People Mover gets OK for liftoff at LAX

The Los Angeles City Council Wednesday approved a $4.9 billion contract for the design and construction of an Automated People Mover system at Los Angeles International Airport that will carry passengers among terminals and connect with nearby rail lines. The 30-year contract, approved on a 14-0 vote, was awarded to a consortium of companies known as LAX Integrated Express Solutions, and also covers operation and maintenance of the 2.25-mile elevated guideway. The system is expected to be comple...
Tags: Business, News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Electric, Local News, Los Angeles City Council, Lax, South Bay, Los Angeles International Airport, CRENSHAW, Garcetti, People Mover, LAWA, Joe Buscaino


LAX panel OKs nearly $5 billion design and construction contract for Automated People Mover

Airport commissioners has approved a $4.9 billion contract for the design and construction of the planned Automated People Mover system at Los Angeles International Airport that will carry passengers among terminals and connect with nearby rail lines. The 30-year contract, awarded to a consortium of companies known as LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS), also covers operation and maintenance of the 2.25-mile elevated guideway. The system is expected to be completed by 2022, when testing wil...
Tags: Uncategorized, America, Los Angeles, Sport, Green, Soccer, United States, Local News, Eric Garcetti, Los Angeles City Council, Metro, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, Garcetti, People Mover, LAWA


Parking to be lessened at LAX’s parking Lot C due to construction

LOS ANGELES A two-phase removal of 2,110 parking spaces from Los Angeles International Airport over four months to allow for completion of construction work will begin Wednesday, Nov. 29. The first phase will consist of the removal of 1,230 spaces from Economy Lot C, mostly in the northeastern portion of the lot, according to Los Angeles World Airways, which operates LAX. The second phase of closures will affect 880 parking spaces in the northern section of the lot beginning Friday, Dec. 8. The ...
Tags: Transportation, News, Uncategorized, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, LAWA, Top Stories LADN, Westchester Parkway, Los Angeles World Airways


Magic Johnson to invest in LAX train project

JLC Infrastructure, an investment firm formed by Magic Johnson Enterprises and Loop Capital, has teamed up with Gateway Connectors to develop and operate the LAX train, a transportation system that will connect the Los Angeles International Airport‘s central terminal area to the new ground transportation facilities. No financial terms were disclosed. PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES–(BUSINESS WIRE)–As part of the Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) multi-billion dollar redevelopment of Los Angeles Intern...
Tags: Los Angeles, Trends, United States, Miami, Johnson, Mitsubishi, Magic Johnson, Laguardia, Metro, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, Johnson Controls, LAWA, Jane Garvey, Skanska, HOK


LAX first responders will start arriving on two wheels, not four

In an effort to reduce the number of unnecessary ambulance and fire truck calls at Los Angeles International Airport, first responders within the complex can now hop on bicycles to reach injured travelers or airport workers. The six-month trial program between Los Angeles World Airports and the Los Angeles Fire Department was launched because data show that the majority of emergency medical service incidents at LAX do not result in ambulance trips to the hospital, making the practice of routinel...
Tags: Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Las Vegas, Local News, Lax, Los Angeles International Airport, LAWA, Los Angeles Fire Department, Ralph Terrazas, LAFD, Top Stories Breeze, Los Angeles Board of Airport, Valeria Velasco, Los Angeles World Airports


LAX food donation program receives award

LOS ANGELES >> A program at Los Angeles International Airport that gathers food on a daily basis from its concessionaires for donation to local charities was recognized with an award from the South Bay Business Environmental Coalition, officials announced Thursday. Los Angeles World Airports’ LAX Harvest Food Donation Program on Sunday received the 2017 SoCal Environmental Excellence Development award in the “Bridge Builder” category. “The LAX Harvest Food Donation Program is a shining example o...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Local News, Philanthropy, Lax, South Bay, Los Angeles International Airport, LAWA, HMSHost, Hudson Group, Top Stories LADN, Top Stories Breeze, Business Environmental Coalition, LAX Harvest Food Donation Program


Up All Night With Delta During the Great LAX Terminal Shuffle

On Friday night, an army of orange and green vests gathered outside Delta’s makeshift command center sitting atop the surface parking lot outside Los Angeles International Airport’s Terminal 6. The long-awaited LAX terminal shuffle was about to begin, and the air was filled with a mix of anticipation, anxiety, and excitement. Delta invited me to tag along and observe the complicated dance that had to occur in a very short amount of time that first night of the move. The logistical nightmare wa...
Tags: Travel, Los Angeles, Atlanta, Alaska, Delta, Spirit, Virgin Australia, Detroit, Jetblue, Northwest, Lax - Los Angeles, Hyatt, Frontier, Maui, Lax, Avianca


Delta slates massive LAX terminal move for May 12-17

Delta Air Lines and Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) will relocate from Terminals 5 and 6 to Terminals 2 and 3 at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) in May. Atlanta-based Delta Air Lines Inc. (NYSE: DAL) says the terminal move is one of the largest in the history of commercial aviation. It is scheduled to start May 12, according to a Delta news release. Moving to LAX Terminals 2 and 3 is a precursor to Delta's $1.9 billion plan to modernize, upgrade and connect Terminals 2, 3 and the Tom...
Tags: Los Angeles, Atlanta, Delta, DAL, Delta Air Lines, Lax, LAWA, Delta Air Lines Inc NYSE, Los Angeles International Airport LAX


New web app allows swimmers to check the cleanliness of their favorite spots

Lawa has made water cleanliness less of a guessing game for New Zealanders. By checking out their newly expanded website, swimmers can check out water testing data from around the country. The post New web app allows swimmers to check the cleanliness of their favorite spots appeared first on Digital Trends.
Tags: Outdoors, Trends, New Zealand, Swimming, Health And Fitness, Health & Fitness, LAWA


Details on LAX’s Agreement to Add Gates and Make Peace With the Community

The City of Los Angeles announced last week that it has come to an agreement with the Alliance for a Regional Solution to Airport Congestion (ARSAC) that will create peace at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Yesterday, the city council unanimously approved it, so it’s time to see what this really means. There’s a lot in the agreement (which ), but overall, it should allow LAX to meaningfully add gates without giving up all that much. ARSAC has been a thorn in the side of LAX for 20 ye...
Tags: Travel, Singapore, Los Angeles, Delta, Faa, United, Jetblue, Lax - Los Angeles, Southwest, Lax, Westchester, Alliance, LAWA, Midfield, ULCCs, Los Angeles International Airport LAX


Delta’s Plan to Move to Terminals 2 and 3 at LAX Would Solve a Lot Of Problems

Late last week, Delta CEO Richard Anderson decided to let slip in his message to the troops that Delta had signed a letter of intent that would ultimate see the airline move to Terminals 2 and 3 at LAX. Though this appears to have caught just about everyone off-guard, and it’s far from final. If this happens, it would be great news for travelers flying in and out of the airport. In his message, Richard didn’t say much, but FlightGlobal picked up the story and it blew up from there. I asked De...
Tags: La, Los Angeles, Alaska, Delta, Airlines, Richard, United, Lax - Los Angeles, Hawaiian Airlines, Southwest, Lax, Travelers, Aeromexico, Delta Southwest, Los Angeles International Airport, Richard Anderson