Gas Tax Critics Turn In Signatures For California InitiativeAn effort by California conservatives to repeal a recent increase in gas taxes and vehicle registration fees ramped up Monday as the supporters turned in more than 940,000 signatures to put the question before voters in November.
LA To Pay Out Over $3M In Latest Broken Sidewalk SettlementsLast year, the city paid out nearly $20 million in cases involving L.A.'s uneven and broken sidewalks.
Trump Touts Infrastructure Plan During Ohio VisitDuring a speech in Ohio Thursday, President Trump said his infrastructure plan will most likely have to wait until this year's midterm elections are over.
Trump Unveils Infrastructure PlanThe 53-page document lays out his vision: To turn $200 billion in federal money into $1.5 trillion for fixing America's infrastructure by leveraging local and state tax dollars and private investment.
Report: Systemic Failures Caused Crisis At Oroville DamAn independent panel of dam experts says the dam had inherent design and construction weaknesses.
Poll: Majority Of Americans Support Infrastructure SpendingAn overwhelming majority of Americans (89 percent) believe that investments in infrastructure will strengthen the U.S. economy, according to a new poll released Tuesday by the Association of Equipment Manufacturers.
Broken Water Main Frustrates Reseda ResidentsDWP said the six-inch pipe was 66 years old and most likely burst from old age.
Kamala Harris Calls Infrastructure Spending 'A Human Rights Issue' - And Twitter Wasn't Having ItWe all know rush-hour traffic on the 405 Freeway is downright miserable, but is it "human rights issue" bad?
Mayor Garcetti Announces Free Year Of Tuition Plan During Annual State Of The City AddressIt was the biggest initiative in the mayor's speech.
Metro Unveils $120B Plan To Repair Roads, LA InfrastructureA transportation transformation. That's what Metro CEO Washington calls a new and unprecedented plan
Video Shows Crumbling State Of Southland Streets, Aims To Jolt Legislature Into ActionA video, posted by labor unions and showing the crumbling state of many of the state's streets, is making waves in Southern California.
Report: Over 500 Water Main Breaks In Hollywood Hills Area Since '09Officials have blamed aging infrastructure as the primary factor in a sharp rise in the number of water main breaks across Los Angeles, but new data shows some neighborhoods may be worse off than others.