LOS ANGELES (CNS) - With a $7 billion facelift of the Los Angeles International Airport ramping up in a month, things are about to get worse for passengers before they can get better, officials warned today.

In preparation for the impending construction, estimated to last until 2019, airport officials have started a “pardon-our-dust” outreach campaign to help travelers navigate blocked-off roads and fenced-off areas within the airport terminals.

“We are expecting our construction projects in the coming years to be very invasive to our passengers, not only in our terminals, but along our roadways,” said Amanda Parsons of Los Angeles World Airports, the agency that operates LAX and other city-owned airport...

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