New Long-Term Parking Lot to Open at LAX, Replacing Lot C

The new long-term Lot E will eventually hold 2,700 cars, up from 800 in Lot C. (Credit: LAWA via Los Angeles Times)

The new long-term Lot E will eventually hold 2,700 cars, up from 800 in Lot C. (Credit: LAWA via Los Angeles Times)

Say so long to Lot C, the cheap but often packed long-term parking facility at LAX. The large lot will close to new customers April 1. Those already parked there at the time will have till April 19 to remove their vehicles.

In its place, meet Lot E, a new long-term lot that opens March 28. As with C, parking there will be on a first-come, first-served basis.

The new lot means many more long-term economy spaces. Lot C had dwindled to 800 spaces. The new lot will hold 2,000 vehicles initially and 2,700 when fully open in mid-June.

The new Lot E, at 5455 W. 111th St., near the Proud Bird Food Bazaar and Events Center, is farther from the terminal loop than was Lot C, which is closing for construction for the new people-mover and for employee parking.

Read the full story on LATimes.com

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