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.
LA Mayor Heads For Sacramento In Push For Water Bond, Film Tax CreditsMayor Eric Garcetti will be in Sacramento Wednesday ahead of vote by state lawmakers to overhaul an $11 billion water bond.
USC Professor: LA's Aging Water Pipes Will Only Get WorseLucio Soibelman, a professor at USC's School of Engineering, believes concerns over liability are hindering LADWP from conducting preventative measures.
KNX 1070 Driven To Gridlock: Aging InfrastructureThere are lots of bumps in the road - and there will be more as the roads get older and the funding to fix them can't keep up.
Garcetti Urges Passage Of $300B Plan To Fix US Roads, Alleviate LA Traffic NightmareL.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti gave the keynote address at the the San Gabriel Valley Transportation Forum in Industry on Wednesday.
Volunteers To Count Bicyclists, Pedestrians At LA IntersectionsIf you walk or bike in the city of Los Angeles, today is your day to be counted.
Wash. Collapse Stokes Fears About Safety Of SoCal BridgesThe dramatic collapse of a heavily-traveled bridge in Washington state has raised questions about the safety of bridges in Southern California.
Opinion: We Must Fix Our Crumbling InfrastructureMost Americans who traveled during this Thanksgiving holiday came face to face with an American reality: while there is much to be thankful for, our infrastructure is not one of those things.
LA County Gets 'C' Grade For Drinking Water, 'C-' For Roadways Streets, highways and bridges in Los Angeles County are deteriorating because officials have failed to provide maintenance and replacements for local infrastructure, according to a report released Wednesday.