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Beverly Grove Residents Fuming After Neighbor Drives Through Newly Paved Road

The woman left from her house, drove to one end of the street, turned around, and then drove all back home.

CBS2 / KCAL9–07/21/2015

Overturned Car In Glendale Forces Partial Street Closures

An overturned car Tuesday forced the closure of part of a street in Glendale, police said.

07/14/2015

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City Council Eyes Plan To Seize Vehicles From Street Racing, Hit-And-Run Crashes

The Los Angeles City Council was expected Friday to hear a plan to increase penalties for deadly street racing and hit-and-run crashes.

02/27/2015

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Public Works Officials Get First Look At New Approach To Pothole Repairs

City officials Wednesday got their first look at what’s being touted as a new approach to a uniquely Los Angeles problem: potholes.

01/14/2015

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Sinkhole Shuts Down Long Beach Street

Channel Drive was closed Friday evening between Bixby Village Driver and Pacific Coast Highway.

CBS2 / KCAL9–12/12/2014

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City Officials Eye Plan To Legalize LA Street Vendors

A committee gathered Tuesday to consider a proposal that would allow street vendors to sell food and wares in Los Angeles.

12/02/2014

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Sinkhole From Wilmington Water Main Break Forces Street Closure

A water main break in Wilmington produced a giant sinkhole Friday that forced the closure of a busy street.

10/31/2014

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SoCal Officials Talk Regional Traffic Solutions At Transportation Summit

Local and state officials – including Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti – met in Anaheim Friday to focus on ways to reduce traffic congestion and improve commuting options for Southland residents.

09/05/2014

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‘LA Sidewalk Day’ At City Hall To Focus On Proposed Repairs Plan

Community members along with Los Angeles City Council officials were set Monday for a public hearing on a proposed sidewalk repair program.

08/18/2014

City officials say a new audit shows nearly one-quarter of Los Angeles streets are in poor condition. (Photo credit: Ron Galperin/Twitter)

Nearly One-Fourth Of LA City Streets Receive Failing Grade

Tens of millions of dollars in under-collections as well as major operational failures and poor reporting have been cited as major factors in a Los Angeles effort to pave and maintain city streets, according to officials.

CBS2 / KCAL9–07/31/2014

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Arleta Lawmaker Pushes To Ban ‘For Sale’ Signs On Parked Cars

A San Fernando Valley lawmaker is calling for an ban on advertising and selling personal cars on certain streets in the city of Arleta.

CBS2 / KCAL9–07/03/2014

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‘Bel Air Has Worse Streets Than Pacoima': Officials Reject Pothole Repair ‘Fallacy’

Have you ever wondered how the city of Los Angeles decides which streets to repave and which ones to allow to deteriorate?

06/26/2014

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Water Main Break Floods Aliso Viejo Street

A water main break in Aliso Viejo Sunday turned one street into a waterway.

06/22/2014

Heavy trucks will not be allowed on a stretch of road in Beverly Hills following deadly crashes that claimed the lives of two LAPD officers within weeks of each other. (credit: CBS)

Beverly Hills Institutes New Guidelines At Site Of 2 Crashes That Killed LAPD Officers

In the Trousdale Estates Area of Beverly Hills — traffic officers are now making sure heavy haul trucks don’t get on the street where the two officers were killed.

06/19/2014

The City Council is expected to review its policy towards makeshift memorials like the one pictured here at the site where actor Paul Walker and race enthusiast Roger Rodas were killed in November. (credit: Joy Benedict/CBS2 News)

City Council Eyes Changes To LA Street Memorial Rules

The Los Angeles City Council was expected Wednesday to consider changes to how the city allows and removes temporary street memorials in the public right-of-way.

CBS2 / KCAL9–01/29/2014

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