Nossaman Infrastructure Team Featured In Daily Journal's Dealmakers Column For P3 Work For Los Angeles World Airports/City Of Los Angeles
A Nossaman Infrastructure team—led by Practice Group Chair Patrick Harder, and Andrée Blais and Geoffrey Yarema—was featured as the lead item in the Daily Journal’s Dealmakers column. The column noted that the team advised the City of Los Angles and Los Angeles World Airports on the [June 8th] financial close of [the] $4.9 billion deal for the Automatic People Mover (APM) project.
The article highlights that the high-profile Public-Private Partnership (P3) project will benefit travelers by improving mobility and access at Los Angeles International Airport or LAX. [It] is expected to include six stations and up to nine electric powered trains, each with four cars. The trains are expected to transport passengers on an elevated 2.25-mile long guideway. The plan is expected to ease access into and out of the airport…[and] connect travelers to LA Metro’s Crenshaw Light Rail Line, other transportation facilities and a rental car center.
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