Garcetti Announces Discounts On Parking Citations If Paid Within 48 HoursMayor Eric Garcetti Friday announced a program for drivers to receive a $20 discount on certain traffic citations if they are paid within 48 hours.
LADOT Extends Relaxed Parking Enforcement Through Aug. 16The Los Angeles Department of Transportation will continue relaxed parking enforcement for several parking offenses through at least Aug. 16.
LA City Council Votes To Continue Some Relaxed Parking Enforcement Through JulyThe Los Angeles City Council voted Wednesday to continue some relaxed parking enforcement through the month of July due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
LA City Council Votes Unanimously To Replace Officers With Unarmed Crisis Response Teams For Nonviolent CallsFour City Councilmen suggested that the city consider using L.A. Department of Transportation staff or automated technology to enforce traffic laws, including speeding, illegal turns, and other vehicle code violations.
Some Parking Enforcement, Including Street Sweeping, To Resume July 6Starting July 6, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation will resume enforcement of certain parking regulations that have been relaxed during the safer-at-home orders.
Coronavirus: DASH Buses To Limit Number Of Passengers Following Goldstein InvestigationEarlier this week, scared DASH drivers shared photos with CBS2 of passengers boarding without masks and ignoring social-distancing guidelines.
Goldstein Investigates: DASH Drivers Concerned For Safety Amid Coronavirus PandemicDASH buses run shorter distances in and around the city of Los Angeles, but drivers are angry because they have been told they cannot enforce the mayor's directives of social distancing and wearing face coverings.
Coronavirus: Relaxed Parking Enforcement Extended Through May 15Mayor Eric Garcetti Tuesday extended relaxed parking enforcement efforts through May 15, in accordance with the city's extended Safer at Home order.
Los Angeles Orders 155 Electric Buses, Largest Single Order In US HistoryLADOT will receive the first of the buses in March, with the rest set to arrive over the next two years.
LADOT To Begin First-Ever Count Of Pedestrians, Bicyclists On City StreetsThe Los Angeles Department of Transportation was set to begin its first-ever count of people who walk and bike on the city's streets Friday.
LADOT Traffic Officer Struck, Killed While On Duty In Van NuysAn on-duty Los Angeles Department of Transportation traffic officer was killed Friday morning in Van Nuys when he was struck by at least one of two vehicles involved in a collision.
LADOT Gets $36 Million Grant For Electric BusesThe Los Angeles Department of Transportation announced today a $36.1 million grant will be used to purchase 112 zero-emission electric buses.
LA City Council Committee Gives Nod To Bike Share ExpansionA Los Angeles City Council committee gave a thumbs-up today to a plan by Metro and the Department of Transportation to expand a bike share program in the city.
LA Officials Relax Parking Restrictions Near Polling Places For Election DayJust in time for Election Day, the city of Los Angeles Department of Transportation is doing its part to encourage citizens to cast their votes.
Audit: L.A. Didn't Bill For $1.8 Million In Traffic CostsAn audit concludes that Los Angeles failed to bill organizers of special events $1.8 million in overtime the city ran up for handling traffic control.