Welcome to GatewayLA

Located at the front door to Los Angeles, the GatewayLA Business Improvement District is at the cutting edge of the airport's land-side modernization program, a stone's throw away from the new NFL stadium in Inglewood and home to the largest concentration of hotel rooms in the City of Angels.

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Gateway Executive Director Laurie Hughes, left, and Gateway President Charles Bassett show off the new Gateway building signage courtesy of The Ruth Group.

Need Room Service? Just call the front desk and HANNAH will take it from there.

If you think robots take the personal touch out of an interaction, think again. How One Hotel Company Is Wowing Planners With Robots | Read the full article

Take a look at how the City of Los Angeles Economic and Workforce Development Department has teamed with the Los Angeles Hospitality Training Academy to highlight jobs in this growing field.

This Is Sir Hyatt's Story: From Animal Shelter to Hyatt Regency LAX

Meet Sir Hyatt, our certified therapy dog who also serves as the Hyatt Regency Los Angeles International Airport's ambassador. Give him a pet and say hello next time you're at the hotel!

 Great Live Music at the Renaissance Hotel

Great Live Music at the Renaissance Hotel

Recent News From The Gateway LA Business District


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Recent News About Gateway To Tomorrow

  Aerial of the Automated People Mover Train

Aerial of the Automated People Mover Train

Los Angeles City Council Unanimously Approves Contract for LINXS to Build Automated People Mover at LAX

(Los Angeles, CA) – The Los Angeles City Council today unanimously voted to approve a 30-year $4.9B contract with LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) to design, build, finance, operate and maintain the Automated People Mover (APM) train system at Los Angeles International Airport (LAX). Today’s approval marks the largest contract ever awarded in the City’s history. The item was heard at Los Angeles City Council’s Trade, Travel and Tourism (TTT) committee meeting on April 10, where it was alsounanimously approved. 

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(Los Angeles, CA) Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) has approved LAX Integrated Express Solutions (LINXS) as the Recommended Developer (RD) and has initiated the first agreement between the parties. The agreement with LINXS sets in motion the path towards full contract approval by BOAC and the Los Angeles City Council in April to design, build, finance, operate and maintain (DBFOM) the Automated People Mover (APM) at LAX.

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  Conceptual rendering of Tom Bradley International Terminal's Terminal Core. The new walkway allows direct and easy transit from the APM station into the terminal. 

Conceptual rendering of Tom Bradley International Terminal's Terminal Core. The new walkway allows direct and easy transit from the APM station into the terminal. 


(Los Angeles, CA) The Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners (BOAC) authorized the award of a $336.5 million contract to design and build three terminal cores as part of Los Angeles World Airports’ (LAWA) Landside Access Modernization Program (LAMP). The terminal cores consist of new and upgraded facilities that will be built in key locations around the terminal area to provide staircases, escalators, elevators, and walkways that will connect Los Angeles International Airport’s (LAX) terminals with the new Automated People Mover (APM). The five-year design-build (DB) contract was awarded to Austin Commercial, LP., of Dallas, Texas. 
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LAX gets dismal passenger satisfaction ranking while John Wayne Airport wins high marks

Los Angeles International Airport came in second-to-last among 18 mega airports in a passenger satisfaction study released Thursday, while John Wayne Airport in Orange County ranked highest among large airports in the United States.

The low ranking for LAX comes amid several major projects underway, in the works or recently completed, including construction of a $1.6-billion terminal that began earlier this year, the addition of high-end stores and eateries, and an automated people mover | Read the full article



With expansion, will LAX be more congested?

BIG AIRPORTS sometimes get much bigger, bringing big bargains and big headaches.

Los Angeles International Airport, already the second-biggest airport in the U.S. after Atlanta, is undergoing a major expansion. Airlines have pumped in new flights. A massive rebuilding is underway. Five carriers—American, Delta, United, Southwest and the Alaska/ Virgin America combination—now have big operations at LAX. No other airport in the world is a hub for five major airlines. | Read the full article