“I wasn’t parked at that location,” Michael Rodas said.
The Los Angeles Department of Transportation Thursday announced that DASH bus services in downtown LA and along 14 other routes will be suspended immediately.
L.A. drivers who have successfully fought a ticket and are still waiting on a refund can now search for their names on a new list posted online by the city’s Department of Transportation.
The Department of Transportation has added more than a dozen routes to the real-time tracking information of DASH buses throughout Los Angeles.
A former Los Angeles traffic officer is speaking publicly for the first time since he lost his job for appearing in a porn video.
Pornographic videos were discovered under the desk of a Los Angeles Department of Transportation dispatch clerk, prompting an administrative investigation.
LA’s Transportation Department announced Monday a series of street closures that will begin Wednesday night to make way for the convoy moving a 340-ton boulder to the Los Angeles County Museum of Art on Wilshire Boulevard’s Miracle Mile.
Crews started work on removing one car lane in each direction on a stretch of Main Street in Venice and putting in bike Friday.
A LADT worker was fired for appearing in a pornographic video made in 2008.
Signs along Southland freeways warning of the upcoming closure of the 405 Freeway may be causing traffic issues of their own.
Jaime de la Vega has been tapped to take over a department that has been the subject of a scathing audit and a scandal involving employees interacting with an adult film star.
Officials welcomed the new budget signed by Mayor Antonio Villaraigosa, but dismissed the notion that the budget crisis could be blamed for recent bad behavior by city employees.
The mayor made the announcement after an audit released Thursday uncovered the existence of a ‘Gold Card Desk’ for city officials to get rid of parking violations.
The film reportedly depicts two uniformed, on-duty LADOT traffic officers inappropriately interacting with a porn actress.
Bruce Gillman, the Director of Public Information for LADOT says there’s two keys to fighting your parking ticket successfully: do your homework and don’t be confrontational.