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Old Posted Jun 26, 2019, 6:46 PM
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With the issue of the north runway and the gate cap settled, I wish LAWA would've devised a long-term plan to rebuild the entire airport from scratch.
Why? There is not much to gain from building something from scratch. The biggest problem with LAX is the vehicle access points and that is being addressed with APM and access points outside the horseshoe. After Delta is finished with rebuilding T2 and T3 and American is finished with rebuilding T4 and T5, we will end up with basically three mostly brand new linear terminals - north, south, TBIT and annex.

Plus we can't shut down LAX for years while they raze and rebuild.
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Old Posted Jun 26, 2019, 8:34 PM
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Why rebuild? Because the facilities are inadequate for the amount of passengers they serve. It’s nice that you can get from curb to gate in 15-20 minutes, but that also translates into cramped spaces. What was great about the Master Plan from 2005 was that it had bold vision—creating a new drop-off/pick-up zone off-site, shutting down the entire CTA to private vehicles, and replacing the parking garages with terminal space.

Also, “brand new terminals” is a stretch. They only plan on rebuilding T3, as far as I know. But with the MSC, T0, and T9 (at least 33 new gates total) coming, there might eventually be the flexibility to shut down terminals and rebuild. I could easily see UA moving their base operations to T9 and then knocking down and replacing T7 and T8 with essentially an extension of T9.
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LAX people-mover

LAX PEOPLE MOVER PROJECT ELEVATED GUIDEWAY MOVES FORWARD WITH FIRST CONCRETE PLACEMENT


Sept. 14, 2020


A view of the guideway after the concrete was placed. (Image courtesy of LAWA)


The 10-hour concrete placement began Friday, Sept. 11 and was completed Saturday, Sept. 12. (Image courtesy of LAWA)


"This past weekend, concrete was placed for the first segment of the 2.25 mile elevated guideway of the Automated People Mover (APM) project at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Work on the guideway segment, which is located due west of the future Intermodal Transportation Facility (ITF)-West station near 96th Street and Vicksburg Avenue, was enabled by the prior erection of falsework and assembly of formwork into which the reinforcement bar and concrete was placed.

"Our vision for LAX is taking shape and the changing landscape serves as a reminder that our future remains bright," said Justin Erbacci, Chief Executive Officer, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA). "We are reimagining every step of the airport journey, and now can start to see how our Automated People Mover train will provide an exciting new way for our guests and employees to get to and from LAX.”

https://www.lawa.org/news-releases/2...ws-release-049
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Old Posted Sep 16, 2020, 9:52 PM
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You can follow live construction view on the LAWA webcam

https://public.earthcam.net/tJ90CoLm..._garage/view_1
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