LAX Ramps Up For Holiday Travel SurgeAbout 3.2 million passengers are expected to pass through the airport between now and next Monday.
Are The Fires To Blame? -- Motorists Are Spending 6 Hours On The 15 And Moving 3 MPHThe slow traffic, Stacey Butler reported, had some drivers pulling off the road and deciding to nap.
Rush Hour Every Hour? US Traffic Is Now As Bad As LA Pretty Much EverywhereTraffic in Los Angeles and across the U.S. is so bad that the term "rush hour" is now outdated, according to a new study.
Semi-Truck Crashes Into Median On 57 Freeway In AnaheimA truck was hauling construction machinery when it slammed into a center divider and pole at an overpass on the freeway near Lincoln Avenue.
Southern Californians Celebrate Freedom To Travel This Independence Day WeekendThe Automobile Club of Southern California says 3.5 million Southern Californians will hit the road or fly over the Independence Day holiday period, which starts Wednesday and ends Sunday.
LADWP Announces Construction Project Closures On Sunset BoulevardSections of Sunset Boulevard will close in order to improve electric system reliability and capacity.
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.
Heavy Overnight Rain Flooding Freeways, Causing CrashesSeveral freeways were closed early Thursday due to flooding, including the 110 Freeway into Pasadena and the 10 Freeway between the 110 and 60 freeways.
Rush Hour Fee: 'Congestion Pricing' Plan Proposed For LA CommutersLos Angeles officials are considering a plan that would charge commuters for driving in traffic-congested areas during rush hour.
'Congestion Pricing' Plan Proposed For Downtown LA CommutersIf your daily commute takes you through downtown Los Angeles, you could soon be forced to pay your way.
405 Freeway Reopens After Police Activity Snarls Traffic During Rush HourA Sigalert was issued at Florence Ave. shortly before 5 p.m.