Buried under thousands of miles of pavement are 27,000 traffic sensors that are supposed to help troubleshoot commutes and maintenance needs on some of the nation’s most heavily used roadways.
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.
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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.