LA Airport Body Says Tweaks To $4.1B Plan Would Benefit City

Law360, New York (June 18, 2012, 7:46 PM EDT) -- In an early preview for local airport commissioners, Los Angeles' airport agency revealed Monday that its study of a $4.1 billion proposed project shows new changes to the plan would help decrease traffic, carbon monoxide and noise pollution in the city.

Meeting with the Los Angeles Board of Airport Commissioners, Los Angeles World Airports gave a preliminary update on its study of a master plan to overhaul Los Angeles International Airport. The study, which is due in full later this year, specifically looks at “unresolved elements”...
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