Food, gas, furniture, clothing … you name it, it moves along the freeway.
“Carmageddon II” — the sequel — is coming to one of the nation’s most crowded freeways, and authorities are hoping its subtitle won’t be “The Traffic Strikes Back.”
Sitting in traffic is costing Southern Californians a lot of money.
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.
Federal officials say several of the Southland’s biggest freeways are being used as preferred routes for human trafficking.
What do you think are the most-ticketed spots on Southland freeways? Take our poll or leave a comment with your best guess!
Cold blasts of wind hit California on Wednesday in the trail of a storm that dumped more rain and snow on the soggy state but failed to trigger significant new mudflows.
Researchers say children born to parents living within 1,000 feet of a freeway are two times as likely to have autism.