Landside Access modernization Program (LAMP) with LAWA
Los Angele International Airport’s (LAX) Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP) is a $5.5 billion project focused on improving access to the third-busiest airport in the world while helping to alleviate traffic congestion into and out of the airport. The multi-billion project is highlighted by an Automated People Mover train system, which will connect the LAX Central Terminal Area to Intermodal Transportation Facilities, a Consolidated Rent-A-Car facility, and provide the long-awaited connection to the regional transportation system.
About the Speaker:
Stephanie Sampson Director of Communications – LAX Development Projects
Stephanie is the Director of Communications for Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) Development Projects, overseeing external communications and community outreach for the $14.3 billion Capital Improvement Program (CIP). The CIP includes the $5.5 billion Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP), which features an Automated People Mover train system, Intermodal Transportation Facilities and a Consolidated Rent-A-Car facility. In this role, Stephanie manages the day-to-day communication efforts to ensure stakeholders and community members receive updates on the projects and impacts during construction. She also sits on the LAX Coastal Chamber of Commerce Board of Directors and is LAX’s liaison to the Gateway Los Angeles Business Improvement District.
Prior to joining LAX, Stephanie worked in sports communications. She earned her Master’s Degree in Sport Management and her Bachelor’s Degree in Communications from Cal State Long Beach.
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