Passengers traveling through Los Angeles International Airport, or LAX, can find shuttle buses at all of the terminals, allowing them to move between the terminals and parking lot and metro. Alternative transport options include driving on the nearby freeway, buses and private shuttles.
The main LAX A shuttle transports patients between the terminals 7 days a week, 24 hours a day. It runs every 10 minutes. In addition, passengers can use the C shuttle, which moves between the parking lot and the terminals. As the parking lot is within walking distance of the LAX bus station, passengers can use this to reach the buses. Passengers who have a valid Tap card can use the G shuttle to move between the airport and the green metro line, which connects them to the Los Angeles rail station.
Alternatives to using the shuttle service at LAX include hiring a car and driving on the freeway. LAX provides easy access to the 405 and 105 freeways. Multiple buses stop at the station near parking lot C, including UCLA's, the Santa Monica Big Blue Bus line 3 and Line 109 of Beach Cities Transit. Individuals who want to avoid cabs can use the private shuttle Authorized Taxicab Supervision Inc. provides, which stops at the taxicab holding lot under 96th Bridge Street.