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Lax Modernization Update: November Construction Activities Expected To Cause Passenger Impacts

Tuesday, November 03, 2015 -
LAXMajor construction projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX) will continue to impact travelers in November with sidewalk and vehicle lane closures and in-terminal work. 

This construction, part of a multi-billion-dollar capital-improvement program underway throughout LAX, will result in a modern airport that significantly improves the overall guest experience.  Up-to-date construction alerts showing Central Terminal Area (CTA) roadway lane restrictions and sidewalk closures, as well as a pedestrian walking map and new helpful Terminal finder.

The following roadway lane activities are in effect on a nightly or continuous (24 hours a day, seven days a week) basis in the airport CTA:
Rotating lane closures on the Lower/Arrivals Level roadway remain in effect nightly throughout the CTA.

Traffic signal work on the Lower/Arrivals Level of the CTAinvolving curbside and nightly inner-lane restrictions continues, as well as closures of some sidewalks and crosswalks.  Work will be completed this year.

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