Los Angeles World Airports (LAWA) 2022 Sustainability Report

LAWA 2022 Sustainability Report

LAWA Rideshare Program In 2022, 14.2% of LAWA employees used alternative modes of transportation, including transit, carpooling, or vanpooling; a 6% increase from 2021. Through alternative modes of transportation, LAWA employees have saved a total of: 134,697 gallons of gasoline 3,068,691 vehicle miles traveled 2,639,039 pounds of GHG emissions (1,197 metric tons of carbon dioxide equivalent [MTCO 2 e]).


Approximately one-third of LAWA employees have transitioned to a hybrid

work schedule. These LAWA employees telecommute twice a week, reducing emissions from employee commute trips to the airport.

LAWA employees hold bags given out during LAWA Rideshare Week ©Melissa Molina

The LAWA Rideshare Office hosted Rideshare Week with snack tables, rideshare related

ƒ Metro Micro —on-demand shuttle service reserved through a mobile app ƒ iRide —on-demand app-based shuttle service to LAX for employees that live in Inglewood and Lennox ƒ Transit Planning —online trip planner tool available to plan route as well as interest form for LAWA employees to receive support from commuteLAX staff in finding the most optimal route for their schedule and discounts for their selected route

trivia, prizes and information on how employees can commute sustainably.

commuteLAX In alignment with LAWA’s Mobility


Strategic Plan and through LAWA’s Transportation Management Organization (TMO), now called commuteLAX, LAWA published its first commuteLAX Fiscal Year (FY) Annual Report highlighting the program’s goals, initiatives, and plans for the future. During the first year of the program, the following commute options were made available for LAX employees in coordination with LA Metro and the City of Inglewood: ƒ Vanpool and Carpool —64 LAWA Vanpool routes open

Which is equivalent to carbon sequestered by 1,428 acres of forest per year

FlyAway ® station at LAX ©Shirlene Sue

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