LAX - Los Angeles International Airport, Los Angeles, United States

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If you arrive on a flight at Terminals 5, 6, 7, or 8 and connecting to another flight within these terminals, you do not have to exit the secured side of TSA screening as these terminals are linked with passageways.
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To use LAX's frequent, free shuttle bus service between terminals to assist you in making a connection, board the Airline Connections "A" Shuttle (which operates on 12- to 15-minute intervals) under the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections blue sign on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal. During peak travel periods, such as holidays, you should allow extra time for travel betwee...
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Volunteers -- called Volunteer Information Professionals or VIPs -- are located in information booths in each terminal on the Lower/Arrivals areas from 7 a.m. to 10 p.m. on weekdays and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. on weekends. Easily found in their bright red jackets, the volunteers assist passengers with directions to various airport and community facilities; transportation and accommodations; and other ai...
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Phone numbers for restaurants, taxis, buses and other service areas can be found through the LAX Tenant Directory.
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Contact your airline first if you have a problem with lost suitcases or other items. Then check with restaurants, taxis, buses and other service areas you visited before contacting LAX Lost and Found at (424) 646-5678 (LOST). The Lost and Found hours are Monday through Friday, 6 a.m. to 11:30 p.m. Pacific time. It is located at 5600 W. Century Blvd.
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Contact the airline of the arriving person to request a page.
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LAX no longer has electronic lockers or oversize item storage service. For alternatives, visit the Tenant Directory and select Baggage Services for listings.
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People parking in the parking structures must pay for parking at the posted fee.
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The Metropolitan Express (private) bus and Metro Bus (public) routes #439 and #42 travels from LAX to downtown Los Angeles and to Union Station (train), which is only about 2 miles (over 3 kilometers) from the Los Angeles Greyhound Bus Terminal. You can board the Metropolitan Expres...
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Many major airport-area hotels and privately operated parking lots provide courtesy transportation from LAX terminals. Stops for trams and shuttles for hotels and privately operated parking lots are located on the Lower/Arrival Level islands in front of each terminal under the red sign Hotel & Parking Lot Shuttles.
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You can take the "C" Shuttle to get to the Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority Bus Center, where you can board city buses serving the Los Angeles area. Information on city bus services is available by telephone on the Information Display Board in the baggage claim area in each terminal.
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To reach a car parked in LAX's economy-rate perimeter parking lot C, wait on the Lower/Arrival Level under the blue sign LAX Shuttle and Airline Connection the "C" Shuttle. These shuttle buses run on approximately 12- to 15-minute intervals.
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To use the free shuttle service to the Metro Rail Green Line Aviation Station, wait under the LAX Shuttle & Airline Connections blue sign, and board the "G" Shuttle.
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You can access a number of ground transportation options at LAX, including rental cars, taxis, long-distance vans, door-to-door shuttle vans, direct-to-airport buses, public buses, the Metro Rail Green Line (light rail), and the Van Nuys FlyAway Bus.
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Economy-rate parking for the disabled, with free shuttle bus service (on approximately 12- to 15-minute intervals) to and from airline terminals, is available in perimeter Lot C.
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Extra-wide parking spaces, identified by symbol or marked "Disabled Parking," are conveniently located immediately adjacent to elevators on every level of all LAX terminal parking structures. Vehicles with disabled placards or license plates have always been allowed to park in the parking structures where preferential locations near ramps and elevators have been designated for their exclusive use.
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Enhanced federally mandated security measures are in place at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The new measures require travelers to be aware of changes in baggage check-in and security screening. They also require extra travel time.
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For specific parking availability and traffic conditions on the day of your travel, tune in to the LAX Travelers Information Service radio station at AM 530.
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Lot C, which costs $12 per day, is located at 96th Street and Sepulveda Boulevard. Free LAX shuttle buses will take you directly to your terminal from the perimeter lot, which do not offer covered parking. The shuttle buses operate 24 hours a day at approximately 12-to 15- minute intervals.
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LAX's parking lots do not accept parking reservations. LAX provides extensive parking options in the Central Terminal Area (which offers covered parking in structures across from the airline terminals) and in which you are encouraged to use to help avoid vehicle congestion around the terminals.
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