Nineteen motorists were killed in traffic accidents on freeways throughout the state over the Memorial Day weekend, with three of them dying in Los Angeles County, according to the California Highway Patrol.
Southern Californians are hitting the road for the Memorial Day weekend.
Commuters who have suffered through the 405 Freeway construction along the Sepulveda Pass will be thrilled to know the carpool lane is finally opening Friday morning.
Memorial Day is almost upon us. The holiday marks the beginning of the summer season, and as such, it’s also the beginning of summer vacation for many.
A brush fire has broken out alongside the eastbound I-105 freeway just before the Vermont exit.
L.A. County Fire received a call about the blaze, near the Arrow Highway exit, at approximately 3:47 p.m. Tuesday.
Most motorists in California, at one point or another, have heard the term “Sig Alert”, and are all too familiar with the delays and traffic issues it can cause. However, the majority of drivers don’t know quite what a Sig Alert is or what it may specifically mean for their drive.
Traffic was backed up on the 105 Freeway in Lynwood Monday afternoon after a heavy duty dump truck struck an overhead sign.
Traffic in neighborhoods around Dodger Stadium is “worse than it’s ever been” due to recent changes, according to one Los Angeles City Council member.
As CBS2’s Stephanie Simmons notes, the benefits of the sweeper trains greatly outweigh the hindrances, even though many sweeps take place during busy commuting hours.
A two-car crash on the 134 Freeway in Glendale created a traffic nightmare Friday afternoon.
While Los Angeles postcards show beaches, delightful weather and celebrity hot spots, the other, disparaging end of the spectrum recognizes LA for one drawback — traffic.
The fatal crash and fire left Highway 74 with only one lane open to handle both directions.
Funeral services were held Tuesday morning for Los Angeles Police Department motorcycle officer Chris Cortijo, who was struck and killed by a driver who was allegedly under the influence of drugs.
A viewing was held Monday for fallen LAPD motorcycle officer Chris Cortijo, who was struck and killed by a driver who was allegedly high on drugs.