A study confirms . . . once again, that traffic is getting worse in Los Angeles.
Drivers in Los Angeles not only bear the burden of painfully sluggish traffic but it’s the unpredictability of it all that can wreak havoc on your schedule.
LA’s freeways don’t seem to be less packed from day to day, but a study has found that more Californians are actually choosing to walk, bike or take public transportation.
Rideshare Week is taking place Oct. 7 through Oct. 11, and if you participate, you could win a prize.
If you live or work in Southern California, chances are you cross a county line to get there, according to a report released Tuesday.
All lanes on the eastbound 101 Freeway have been reopened following a multi-vehicle crash at Winnetka Avenue in Woodland Hills.
The shutdown of a key Southland freeway connector will force thousands of motorists to detour through Long Beach and Seal Beach starting Monday.
All southbound lanes of Interstate 15, as well as one northbound lane, have reopened near the California-Nevada state line following an early morning tanker crash and chemical spill.
Metrolink fares will jump seven percent on July 1. Officials say the increases are a last resort to avoid service cuts as the agency looks to fill a $13 million funding gap triggered by additional labor costs and the rising cost of diesel fuel.
Drivers are expected to continue trading in their keys for a Metro pass as gas prices begin to inch towards the record high of $4.62 per gallon.
A long commute may not only be harming your health it might also be affecting your love life.
Commuters are still experiencing freeway gridlock after Wednesday afternoon’s tanker truck inferno on the eastbound 60 Freeway.
If you’re looking for a little peace and quiet during your morning commute, Metrolink wants to give you the silent treatment.
Southland traffic can be aggravating when you’re stuck on the freeway, but a new survey says it’s not so bad.
Drivers in the L.A.-Long Beach-Santa Ana region sit in traffic for an average of 28.1 minutes to get to work — only 17th-worst in the nation.