LAWeekly: Rail Misses LAX By Mile

Steven Greenhut: Here’s a great story by LA Weekly that highlights the incompetence of government planners: “As they tout a posh redo of the Tom Bradley International Terminal meant to reposition LAX as a travel hub for the new millennium, Los Angeles leaders are creating a potentially hobbling obstacle for the airport. The other big mass-transit infrastructure project nearby, the “Crenshaw/LAX” Metro light rail, will stop a full mile short of LAX.” Really … can you imagine a private company building a project that avoids most of its customers?

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