Get your steps in and follow the signs to walk to LAX-it. Terminals 1 and 7 are closest and will be a 3 to 8 minute walk; the farthest terminals, T4 and T5 are about a 19 minute walk.
Free shuttles with Wi-Fi will arrive at the LAX-it Stops on the first level outside of baggage claim every 3 to 5 minutes and make a maximum of two stops at the terminals before heading to the LAX-it area. The shuttle trip will take between 8 and 15 minutes.
Once you arrive at LAX-it there will be restrooms, food trucks and cell phone charging stations as well as seating areas and tables with umbrellas for your convenience. Follow the signs to the pick-up area for the ride you are looking for.
LAX is undergoing a major physical transformation designed to enhance the traveler experience and give customers better and faster ways to access terminals. A new consolidated Rent-A-Car facility, an intermodal transportation facility and an automated people mover train connecting everything together will provide a more predict- able and reliable commute to and from the airport – saving time and improving the overall user experience.
At the same time, we will be modernizing every single terminal. Over the next three and a half years as these projects are being built, LAX will see major construction that includes closing as much as 30% of the curb that’s used for pickup and drop off. We need to take action now to alleviate traffic congestion in and around LAX until construction is complete. LAX-it will be the new and better way to catch Taxis, Lyft, Opoli, or Uber rides until the APM train opens in 2023.