The city of Pasadena is set to display signs of life – literally – at a bridge where 13 people have committed suicide since 2006.
The dramatic collapse of a heavily-traveled bridge in Washington state has raised questions about the safety of bridges in Southern California.
When completed, the 405 expansion project will create the nation’s longest High Occupancy Vehicle Lane – or carpool lane – running a continuous 48 miles. It is also likely to come in over its $1.1 billion budget.
The 91 Freeway in Riverside will be shut down for part of this week in what some officials are calling “Carmageddon” in the Inland Empire.
The body of a missing Orange County woman who had been the subject of a week-long search has been found, authorities said.
An autopsy was planned Monday for famed director Tony Scott, who apparently committed suicide by leaping to his death from a bridge, according to the Los Angeles County Coroner’s Office.
An investigation into safety testing practices used on Northern California bridges is raising questions about structures here in the Southland.
Five months after being destroyed by a tanker truck fire, the Paramount Boulevard bridge over the 60 Freeway is set to open just in time for the Monday morning commute.
Traffic is backed up for miles on the northbound 405 Freeway as crews work to remove a pickup truck that collided into a freeway bridge.
Crews were working to secure an armored truck teetering over the side of a bridge Friday afternoon.
Commuters are still experiencing freeway gridlock after Wednesday afternoon’s tanker truck inferno on the eastbound 60 Freeway.
Cal Trans safety inspection reports for several Southland bridges were fabricated, according to a new investigation.
A separate replacement bridge would have kept the Mulholland bridge at four lanes rather than two, but that idea was recently vetoed by neighborhood groups.
The Minnesota Supreme Court is considering whether to block a firm from being sued by the state of Minnesota over the deadly Interstate 35W bridge collapse.
Engineers note that while over half of the city’s 600 bridges got a top grade for safety, a lack of funds has slowed replacements or retrofits on dozens of others.