Collapsible concrete arrestor beds possible at LAX

07/7/2014 | Los Angeles Times (tiered subscription model)

The Los Angeles International Airport will begin in March a $200 million project to create safety areas at the end of all its runways, a requirement by the Federal Aviation Administration. The addition of arrestor beds made from collapsible concrete is one way to create the runway-buffer zones. Other construction is also planned, including extending one runway by 832 feet.

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