The days of stepping into an Uber, Lyft or taxi curbside at Los Angeles International Airport are over.
Starting Tuesday at 3 a.m., travelers leaving LAX will be required to board a shuttle or walk to a waiting area east of Terminal 1 to hire a car.
The changes were announced this month as part of LAX’s effort to manage congestion in the terminal area of the nation’s second-busiest airport, which will grow worse as the airport continues a $14-billion modernization effort.
Without major changes, airport officials warned, traffic on an average summer day would soon resemble the bumper-to-bumper crawl on the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
Read the full story on LATimes.com.
LAX-it is located on the Lower/Arrivals Level just before Terminal 1. Starting today, all taxi and ride app pickups will operate within LAX-it. Learn more: https://t.co/enAxVegrCz pic.twitter.com/4aoEWEu2Ti
— LAX Airport (@flyLAXairport) October 29, 2019