The Los Angeles Department of Transportation receives plenty of requests annually to study the most dangerous intersections in the city with the consideration of adding left turn arrows.
A water main break in Burbank Sunday afternoon caused a car-sized sinkhole that shut down an intersection
One person was killed in an eight-car pileup near a Fullerton intersection Thursday.
A busy Westside intersection has become a battleground for local motorists and business owners losing money over what they say is an excessive number of traffic restrictions.
A grieving family is on a mission to make San Fernando Valley roads safer after a decorated Marine died in a motorcycle accident Saturday in Chatsworth.
A new traffic signal was turned on at the site of a hit-and-run crash that killed a baby on Super Bowl Sunday four years ago in the Westlake district of Los Angeles.
Will standing on a street corner and twirling a sign in the city of Lawndale soon be illegal?
Authorities are searching for a man who reportedly caused a fatal collision with a motorcyclist Saturday in Chatsworth before fleeing the scene.
The memory of a legendary funnyman will continue to live on at one intersection in the San Fernando Valley.
A group of protesters shut down one of the busiest intersections in L.A. in a demonstration against what it called economic injustice.
We’ve all heard the saying: no good deed goes unpunished . . . and that’s exactly what happened to a South Pasadena resident who was issued a ticket by police for his charitable act.
A hit and run accident that critically injured a 45-year-old woman and her teen son is caught on tape and police are asking for the public’s help in finding the driver.
The City Council voted unanimously Wednesday to pull the plug on its automated photo red light program, which issues $480 tickets to drivers snapped running red lights.
A teenager is speaking out against an unsafe intersection in her neighborhood, demanding Alhambra officials install a stop light after her friend was hit and killed at the crosswalk.
Fire officials deployed on Monday to four separate locations throughout the San Fernando Valley to handle reports of flooding and “pavement disruptions”.