LAWA - Automatic People Mover
LAWA - Automatic People Mover– Engineering Design
Los Angeles, CA
The AMP system, a part of LAWA’s $5.5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), will be approximately 2.25 miles long and feature an elevated dual lane guideway, six passenger stations, and an off-line maintenance and storage facility. The APM will be built using a Public-Private Partnership (P3) contracting model. The APM is the centerpiece of the LAMP, which also includes a Consolidated Rent-a-Car (ConRAC) facility, two Intermodal Transportation Facilities-West, and associated roadway improvements. The APM will reduce vehicle congestion in the terminal loop, provide a connection with L.A. Metro's regional transportation system, create new and convenient locations for passenger pick-up and drop-off outside of the terminal loop, reduce emissions, and provide reliable access to the terminals. As part of the selected LINXS team, The Alliance Group Enterprise (TAGE) is responsible for the technical design and construction support for the project-wide drainage, guideway drainage, utility and project-wide street lighting systems.