Emergency personnel say many drivers in Los Angeles are failing to yield, making it more difficult for crews to navigate around traffic.
Officials Friday were reminding parents and motorists of the potential safety hazards during Halloween.
Residents are worried about a state plan to increase the speed limits on six stretches of the Pacific Coast Highway in Laguna Beach.
Gov. Jerry Brown announced Monday he has signed legislation requiring California drivers to stay at least 3 feet away when passing bicyclists.
The city of Glendale has garnered the dubious distinction of having the most traffic collisions in the Golden State.
Pasadena police Monday will crackdown on drivers who are texting or operating a handheld cellphone behind the wheel.
Afternoon traffic headaches will be a serious possibility Tuesday when President Barack Obama makes a brief visit to Los Angeles to appear on “The Tonight Show with Jay Leno”.
Santa Ana police Thursday conducted a two-hour crackdown on motorists who failed to yield to pedestrians.
A mile-long section of the 405 Freeway is expected to close overnight in West Los Angeles for construction.
A $72 million construction project designed to add a truck lane to the southbound 5 Freeway is expected to bring lane closures to northern Los Angeles County starting Sunday.
Construction on Los Feliz Boulevard is expected to further impact traffic along the busy street beginning next week.
The five-week planned daytime closure of Coldwater Canyon Avenue for construction has begun.
An ongoing improvement project along the southbound Interstate 405 is expected to close a portion of the highway through the Sepulveda Pass for several hours.
Gas prices in Los Angeles County are now the highest in the state with the average price for a gallon at $4.28.
The California Highway Patrol Friday evening began escorting drivers over the Grapevine section of Interstate 5.