Los Angeles Airport Transportation

The Los Angeles Airport has free shuttle rides between the terminals for passengers. It also takes them to Parking Lot C or to the Green Line Station of the Metro Rail. Travelers should enter the LAX shuttle by the blue sign for LAX Shuttle and Airline Connections on the lower arrival level at the front of each terminal.

Public transportation at the Los Angeles Airport takes the form of gratis shuttle buses from the Metro Green Line Aviation Station. Passenger should board the G Shuttle at the sign for LAX Shuttle and Airline Connections. In addition, travelers can ride Shuttle C to travel to the Metro Bus Center. At this point, they can go aboard the city buses for Los Angeles. Several other bus systems provide service for the area, including Santa Monica Big Blue Bus, Torrance Transit and Culver City Bus Lines.

Los Angeles Airport has 40 companies that rent cars off the airport grounds. A majority of these companies have a phone link within or close to the baggage claim sections of the airport in the arrival sites on the lower levels of the terminals. Free shuttle service takes the riders to the rental-car locations.

Several companies offer shared rides in vans to homes, businesses and hotels in the north part of Los Angeles County. Prior reservations are recommended. The vans pick up riders on the lower levels near the green sign stating Fly Away Buses and Long Distance Vans.

The LAX FlyAway provides round trip, non-stop bus trips to LAX from several stops in the area. These stops are Westwood in west Los Angeles, Van Nuys in the San Fernando Valley, Union Station in downtown Los Angeles and Irvine Station in Orange County. This service leaves passengers at the departure areas on the upper levels of the terminals. At the Los Angeles Airport, riders get on the buses in front of the terminal with the green sign indicating FlyAway Buses.