The LAX People Mover: A First-Look At The (Very Cool) Visuals

People mover passing Theme Building (Los Angeles World Airports)

The LAX people mover project broke ground in March 2019, and it won't actually be up and running until at least 2023. But you can now get a preview of how it will look and feel coming into Los Angeles International Airport by rail.

The people mover is an electric train that will transport travelers to and from terminals at LAX and a light rail station on Metro's LAX/Crenshaw Line. For certain Angelenos, that means making the trip to the airport (and back) entirely by rail.

Below we've rounded up a series of 3D models and images released by Los Angeles World Airports, which operates LAX.

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CTA aerial (Los Angeles World Airports)
East CTA Station aerial view (Los Angeles World Airports)
Theme Building Platform (Los Angeles World Airports)
TPSS 1 Admin East Lot (Los Angeles World Airports)
West CTA Station from Parking Structure 5 (Los Angeles World Airports)
(Los Angeles World Airports)
Pedestrian Bridge Interior (Los Angeles World Airports)
West CTA Station Interior (Los Angeles World Airports)
Station Escalators (Los Angeles World Airports)
West CTA Station Exterior (Los Angeles World Airports)
ITF West APM Station Entry (Los Angeles World Aiports)
CTA-East aerial view (Los Angeles World Airports)
Guideway Century Night (OLEK courtesy of Los Angeles World Airports)