L.A. Airport Requests Construction Bids for Rental Facility

Los Angeles International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia/Florencio Briones
Los Angeles International Airport. Photo via Wikimedia/Florencio Briones

Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA), the agency that operates Los Angeles International Airport, will hold a meeting for potential bidders for its Landside Access Modernization Program, according to a report by the Daily Breeze.

This program includes the construction of a 2.25-mile people mover, a consolidated rental car facility, transit hubs and roadway improvements at Los Angeles International Airport, says the report.

Scheduled for Feb. 4, the networking meeting will be a precursor to LAWA distributing invitations for businesses to bid for construction contracts, says the report.

Click here for the full Daily Breeze report.

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