LAX. Photo by Barb DeLollis.

LAX. Photo by Barb DeLollis.

On Tuesday, construction will commence at LAX on the $500 million Southwest Airlines terminal renovation, the Los Angeles Times reports.

One of the goals of the project? To reduce traffic congestion; the terminal (Terminal 1) last year handled more fliers than any other terminal at the airport, the Times says.

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At next week’s ceremony, the Times says that airport officials are expected to give us a timeline as to how long the project will take to complete.

Readers: What other airports/terminals do you think need to address awful traffic congestion?