You may not be able to drive down a section of Hollywood Boulevard on Monday, but there’s a chance you might be able to “Jump”.
A once car-free route inside Griffith Park is open again to vehicles – but not everyone is happy about it.
Looking to avoid Stadium Way on game day?
Crews worked to extricate a motorist trapped following a multi-vehicle crash Thursday morning in Canoga Park.
A lengthy project is about to get underway to rebuild the California Incline — the landmark slanted road that connects the top of seaside Santa Monica’s towering Palisades bluffs with Pacific Coast Highway down below.
A spokesperson for Hermosa Beach police said calls began coming in at 4:45 p.m. Monday of a sink hole caused by a water main break.
Jim Morris, of JCL Barricade Company, spoke with CBS2’s Josh Rubenstein about how he came up with the idea to help productions better control traffic flow – and what some of the signs’ coded messages […]
President Barack Obama will depart from Southern California Friday.
Transportation officials Wednesday sought to downplay the findings of a report that calls into question just how effective a $1.1 billion project on the 405 Freeway has been in reducing traffic congestion.
A lawsuit filed by a half-dozen police officers against the city of Whittier claims city officials retaliated against them for their complaints over traffic citation quotas.
The package was reported shortly before 3 p.m. Tuesday inside a parking structure located on the southeast corner of the intersection.
Drivers in the Hollywood and Highland area could face traffic delays this week due to street closures ahead of this year’s Academy Awards show.
Drivers in Los Angeles not only bear the burden of painfully sluggish traffic but it’s the unpredictability of it all that can wreak havoc on your schedule.
The practice, which brings traffic to a standstill, is known as a “sideshow”. While drivers have been performing donuts for decades, the LAPD says that these sideshows only appeared recently, and that they are a problem.
Traffic in South Orange County is going to be even worse than usual over the next three weeks, as significant lane closures are scheduled for weekdays on southbound Interstate 5 at San Juan Capistrano, starting Monday.