Believe it or not, traffic at LAX is about to get worse (I didn’t think that was possible, either). According to KABC, “a major project to install two electrical vaults requires the closure of three lanes between Terminal 3 and Tom Bradley International Terminal from midnight until 8 a.m.,” now through the end of May. “Two of the pick-up lanes and two left lanes near Parking Structure 3 will be open overnight. During the day, there will be metal places on the lanes so that they can remain open.”
I think people with early morning flights will see the biggest impact. And don’t think you’re in the clear if you have a flight in or out later in the summer, because as KABC reports, “The second part of the project will happen in June through July and impact new lanes that have not been announced yet.” Stay tuned.
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