The last piece of the southern arm of the old Tom Bradley International Terminal was demolished earlier this month. Once the structure was gone, the underlying concrete was also removed. It will be replaced with new concrete that will form the ramp for the gates on the east side of the new TBIT, in the C-10 alley:
Here's another shot, from just a couple of days ago:
Meanwhile, on the west side of the TBIT, construction of the new Taxiway T is well underway. Here's a shot of our TBIT westside screen:
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