FAA and the City of Los Angeles are partnering to install a Runway Status Lights system at Los Angeles International. The system uses a series of red lights embedded in the pavement to warn pilots if it is unsafe to cross or enter a runway. Los Angeles World Airports is funding the $6 million cost of the system, on which tests will begin at LAX early next year. FAA will be responsible for installing, testing, evaluating and maintaining the system. "This is another valuable tool we're using ...

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