Los Angeles International Airport (LAX)
(Los Angeles, California - CA, USA)
There are almost 8,000 different car parking spaces available at Los Angeles Airport (LAX), being situated next to the main roads and the passenger terminals. Each of the car parks clearly display the applicable tariff, with tickets being dispensed by an automatic machine upon arrival at the relevant 'gate arm'.
There are also further remote parking areas, which include both 'Lot B' (off 111th Street) and 'Lot C' (off Sepulveda Boulevard and 96th Street). Drivers and passengers with relevant disability permits are able to park in well-placed, allocated spaces at Los Angeles Airport, which are clearly denoted and easy to locate.
Central Terminal Area
This particular car park is generally referred to as the Central Terminal Area and is divided into the followed designated 'zones' - P1, P2, P2A, P3, P4, P5, P6, P7. Both car parks P2 and P5 are especially close to the Tom Bradley International Terminal (TBIT). All of these zoned areas are designed for short-term parking only and are signposted, to enable you to easily find your parked vehicle upon return. The parking tariff comprises a nominal charge for the first hour, with additional charges for subsequent blocks of 30 minutes.
Long-term public car parking at Los Angeles Airport (LAX) is provided in two quite separate locations, known as 'Lot B' and 'Lot C'. Lot B can be accessed from either the Aviation Boulevard or La Cienega Boulevard (off the Imperial Highway), while Lot C is reached via the Lincoln Boulevard and the 96th Street Bridge (off the Sepulveda Boulevard or the Century Boulevard). Rates for these particular car parks are charged on a daily basis, with Lot B offering a slightly more competitive rate.