City officials Wednesday got their first look at what’s being touted as a new approach to a uniquely Los Angeles problem: potholes.
A company in Gardena is promising to save Los Angeles time and money with a cost-saving repair system – if city leaders get on board.
One lane of the transition road from southbound Interstate 5 to eastbound Interstate 10 was reopened Tuesday after a pothole damaged the tires of roughly 40 vehicles.
The first of six regional meetings will be held Wednesday night downtown to educate Los Angeles residents about a $3 billion bond effort to repair potholes on the city’s damaged streets.
As many as 15 cars had their tires flattened after hitting a pothole on the northbound 405 Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass.
As many as 30 cars have been affected Tuesday night by a large pothole in the San Diego (405) Freeway in the Sepulveda Pass, according to California Highway Patrol.
The city of Riverside has received about 30 claims from residents seeking about $160,000 in reimbursement for damage caused by last month’s damaging rainstorms.
Traffic stalled on the westbound Riverside (91) Freeway in Corona Tuesday because of a giant pothole.