An annual traffic scorecard released on Wednesday has revealed Los Angeles is the nation’s second-most gridlock-plagued city.
Traffic congestion in Southern California is costing drivers more than just their patience, according to a new study.
INRIX analysts found “relatively no change” in travel speeds and times when comparing data between the middle two weeks of September in 2013 and 2014 on the northbound 405 between the 10 and the 101 freeways.
A recent study has confirmed what many Angelenos already know: Los Angeles has the worst traffic in the nation.
A crash involving a motorcycle and vehicle was compounding the massive backup caused by LAX shutdown on Friday.
Construction has caused so much gridlock on a Los Angeles freeway that commuters are tweeting their complaints while driving. Or while stuck in traffic.