An audit concludes that Los Angeles failed to bill organizers of special events $1.8 million in overtime the city ran up for handling traffic control.
The audit conducted by the City Controller’s office was undertaken after officials were tipped off to alleged fraud at the Department of Transportation.
The Los Angeles County Metropolitan Transportation Authority officially kicked off “Bike Week LA” Monday.
A couple in their 70s was struck by a bus in Redondo Beach on Wednesday evening, killing the man and seriously injuring the woman.
A five-point intersection considered by many residents to be busy, confusing and dangerous, is seeing changes after a teenager with autism was struck and killed by two cars as he was walking to school.
The Los Angeles Police Department Thursday was honoring officers who were killed in the line of duty for Police Memorial Month.
Councilmember Bernard C. Parks and the Los Angeles Department of Transportation Thursday activated a new signal at a dangerous intersection in Los Angeles.
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.
“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.