Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) is developing a multi-billion dollar, revolutionary update to the ground transportation system at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). The Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) includes several major elements, including a landside Automated People Mover (APM), a Consolidated Rent-A-Car (CONRAC) facility, multiple Intermodal Transportation Facilities (ITFs), and a comprehensive network of roadway improvements. This website has been designed to provide prospective business partners and stakeholders with information about LAMP so they can partner with LAWA on this exciting Program.
The official website for all contracting with LAWA and the City of Los Angeles is the Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network (LABAVN). All LAMP proposers are required to be registered through LABAVN, and all procurements will be disseminated through the LABAVN system. All proposers are advised that use of this LAMP site alone will not result in the submission a proposal or award of any contract.
LAMP Business Opportunities Forum
Consolidated Rent-A-Car Facility (ConRAC) Project - Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) requests Statements of Qualifications (SOQs) from firms interested in acting as the Developer to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Consolidated Rent-a-Car facility (ConRAC) contemplated to be constructed to serve Los Angeles International Airport (LAX).
LAX is the largest commercial service airport in Southern California and handled approximately 74.9 million air passengers in 2015. LAX is also the world’s busiest origin and destination airport, with more passengers beginning and ending their trip at LAX rather than connecting to another flight. This demand presents a challenge for the LAX ground access system as more than 50 percent of air passengers travel to/from LAX by automobile, resulting in over 6,000 vehicles per hour entering the LAX Central Terminal Area (CTA) during peak periods.
The ConRAC is currently contemplated to include a Customer Service Building, access to an APM station and employee and visitor parking areas. The ConRAC will accommodate three levels of ready/return, quick turn-around and vehicle storage for rental cars and a ground level bus plaza (for potential interim/failure management shuttle bus operations) with a vertical transportation core providing access to the Customer Service Building. The ConRAC is currently contemplated to include a solar photo-voltaic system on the top floor of the Ready/Return Area and Vehicle Storage Area buildings. LAWA currently contemplates that the Project scope will include certain new roadways that provide access to, and egress from, the ConRAC, as well as certain improvements to the existing perimeter roadways adjacent to the site.
LAWA Utilities and LAMP Enabling Projects - Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) issues this request for proposals ("RFP") in accordance with Los Angeles City Charter Section 371(b), requesting sealed submittal of proposals from proposers seeking to design and construct various utility and enabling projects around the LAWA campus. This project will provide survey, geotechnical investigations, utility potholing, relocation of underground and overhead utility service lines, various roadway improvements, various demolition activities, and various building and construction improvements.
Terminal Cores and APM Interface Project - Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) issues this request for qualifications ("RFQ") in accordance with Los Angeles City Charter Section 371(b), requesting sealed submittal of statements of qualifications ("SOQ") from proposers seeking to enter the Automated People Mover (APM) Interface at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). This project will currently include modifications to the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT) and an area currently described at T5.5, located between Terminal 5 and Terminal 6 Ticketing buildings. The project represents approximately 165,000 square feet of work consisting of airport terminal renovation, demolition and new construction.
Automated People Mover (APM) - Los Angeles World Airports ("LAWA") issues this request for qualifications (RFQ) requesting sealed submittal of statements of qualifications (SOQs) from Proposers seeking to enter into a contract with LAWA to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Automated People Mover. The Automated People Mover Project features approximately 11,600 feet of elevated dual lane guideway, six passenger stations and an off-line maintenance and storage facility. The link to Los Angeles Business Assistance Virtual Network is provided below:
Automated People Mover Eligibility Determination - Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) has issued a series of instructions and technical specifications for potential Automated People Mover (APM) train systems providers who want to participate in the LAX Landside Access Modernization Program. This document is available for download below: