Need a short drive from the airport home? If you have just arrived in Los Angeles, you will soon need to take a shuttle bus to a parking lot away from the terminal to reach your Uber, Lyft or taxi.
Los Angeles International Airport Officials Schedule Friday for Details According to reports, Keith Wilschetz, Deputy Managing Director of Operations and Airways, is complicit in her efforts to keep arriving passengers away from traditional roadside pickups.
The Los Angeles Times Emergency Management Department at Los Angeles World Airports announced.
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According to Skift, a travel-industry news site, passenger traffic increased from 59 million in 201
"We understand that trying to get into the central terminal area is a challenge and a challenge. We have been working to improve it for a long time," Wilschetz told The Times. "That way we can do that."
"We understand that trying to get into the central terminal area is challenging and has been around for a long time, and we've been working to make it a lot better, so we can achieve that."
Passengers will be waiting for a shuttle ride for three to five minutes, which will not take more than 15 minutes, the Times reports may choose to go to the pick-up point instead – the journey is estimated to take up to 18 minutes, depending on which terminal the passenger is leaving from.
Twitter users were mixed responses to the LAX plan
"This roadside shuttle from the terminal to the LAX carpool will run smoooooooooooth," wrote a Twitter user.  "That's the best news I've heard for years," commented another Twitter user.
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The LAX plan follows a similar move at San Francisco International Airport for pickups from its domestic terminals and an announcement that Logan International Airport in Boston has a similar plan in the works, the LA Times reported.
According to Skift, this is also part of LAX's $ 14 billion modernization effort ahead of the 2028 Summer Olympics, which will be held in Los Angeles.