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Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti broke ground on June 21 on the Airport Metro Connector Project, a $898.6 million endeavor that will directly connect the Metro system to the Los Angeles International Airport when complete in 2024.
“Everyone traveling to or from LAX should have access to modern, reliable public transportation that gets them to their destination on time,” Garcetti said. “The Airport Metro Connector is a historic step toward reimagining how travelers experience our airport – a turning point that will be a source of jobs and economic growth, reduce congestion and help our airport realize its potential as a world-class gateway to Los Angeles.”
The Airport Metro Connector Project is the ninth station along the Crenshaw/LAX Line currently under construction. When complete, it will connect directly with the Los Angeles World Airports Automated People Mover project – a train connecting travelers directly to airport terminals that is expected to be complete in 2023.
The new AMC station located at Aviation Boulevard and 96th Street includes platforms to access Metro rail trains, an expansive 16-bay bus plaza, a bike hub, a private vehicle drop-off zone and direct access to the LAX People Mover. The station will also feature a new Metro customer service center, interactive information kiosks, public restrooms and commercial space for tenants.
For information, visit metro.net/projects/lax-extension.
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