(Los Angeles, CA) Each month, Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) shares updates on current and upcoming construction projects at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).  This newsletter contains information about the status of projects within the terminals at LAX, as well as construction impacts to the airport roadways and the surrounding communities.

In April, work continues on several terminal vertical core projects in the Central Terminal Area (CTA). Temporary pedestrian walkways are in place in the construction zones on the Upper/Departures Level, reducing the drop-off lane availability. On the Lower/Arrivals Level, LAWA-operated buses use the inside lanes that are similarly impacted by construction. 

An interactive map that includes current construction projects can be found here:https://www.flylax.com/en/lax-traffic-and-ground-transportation/airport-construction-map. Click on the hard hats for more information about specific lane closures and construction projects.

During these unprecedented times our Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) and terminal modernization projects continue. Per the federal, state and local classification of airports and public works projects as essential operations, construction on the future of LAX continues to move forward. All of our developers and contractors are implementing a variety of measures to avoid the spread of COVID-19 and protect workers.

For regular updates on traffic and parking availability at LAX, visit the @FlyLAXstats Twitter feed. We encourage our guests to check current conditions before heading to the airport.