The $1.55 billion upgrade of Los Angeles International's Tom Bradley International Terminal was launched late last month as officials broke ground on a project that will transform international travel to/from the airport. The terminal, which was "the last major capital investment" at LAX, according to the City of Los Angeles, was built in 1984. Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa reached a settlement in 2006 with groups opposing expansion, paving the way for the February groundbreaking. The project, ...

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