Regular Parking Enforcement To Resume In Culver City Next MonthRegular parking enforcement will resume in Culver City starting in mid-March after rules were relaxed for several months during the pandemic, the Culver City Police Department said Thursday.
Mayor Garcetti Extends Relaxed Parking Enforcement In LA Through Oct. 1Mayor Garcetti Friday extended relaxed parking enforcement across the City of Los Angeles until October 1 in efforts to make it easier to stay home when possible.
$3 Daily Parking Fee Goes Into Effect At Arcadia, Duarte Gold Line StationsThe free park and ride in Arcadia and Duarte is over -- Metro Gold Line riders will now have to pay to park at these two busy stations in the San Gabriel Valley.
Good Luck Getting A Spot! Drivers Sleep In Cars, Circle For Hours To Survive Parking In KoreatownThe problem went viral this week after a woman posted a video showing two drivers battling it out for a space near 5th and Catalina
Street Closures Announced For Sunday's 34th Annual LA MarathonThe race starts at Dodger Stadium then wends through downtown Los Angeles, Echo Park, Hollywood, West Hollywood, Beverly Hills and Santa Monica.
'Yo, Please Maximize Parking': Echo Park Resident Posts Signs Around Neighborhood To Alleviate Parking ProblemParking has gotten so bad in an Echo Park neighborhood that one resident got creative and took matters into his own hands.
LA Parking Manager Who Left Personal Vehicles In City Lot For Free Fined $16K After CBS2 InvestigationJose Flores must pay the city $16,705 for parking three of his own vehicles inside the Pershing Square parking structure. Flores was the subject of a David Goldstein investigation last year regarding his free parking.
Feed A Meter, Help The Homeless: Bright Orange Meters Aim To Bring 'Real Change' To DTLATomorrow, downtown L.A. will get the bright orange, happy-faced meters with the following message on display: "Homes for the homeless. Please donate any amount that makes you happy."
Broken-Meter Tickets Become A Thing Of The Past With New State LawLos Angeles residents are still being ticketed for parking at meters that are broken or malfunctioning. However, a new state law kicking-in in 2018 aims to change that.
Route, Closures Identified For 86th Annual Hollywood Christmas ParadeThe LADOT says they will be "strictly" enforcing, citing and impounding vehicles that park on restricted streets.
No More Racing For The Exits -- Dodger Fans Have A Place To Go Post-GameToday, the team announced the launch of the Extra Innings Lounge.
Going To The Rams Game? Give Yourself Plenty Of Time"I would always say to plan ahead. It's Los Angeles right?" said Jake Bye, LA Rams VP of Sales and Marketing.
Study: Parking Costs Angelenos $3.7 Billion A YearA new study finds that Los Angeles drivers trail New York with the most painful parking experience.
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.
Parking Shortage Hurting New Rail RidershipStarting Friday, Metro's brand new Expo Line will carry passengers from downtown L.A. to Santa Monica. But the new line is facing an old problem: stations don't have enough space for commuters who want to park and ride.