Study: LA Has World’s Worst TrafficAngelenos spent an average of about 104 hours stuck in traffic last year.
Pavement-Replacement Project To Close Portion Of NB 710 FreewayOfficials urged motorists to use the 110 or 605 Freeways as alternate routes.
Series Of Street Closures, Restrictions Announced In Advance Of President Obama VisitYou would be smart (and advised) to avoid the areas he will be traveling to and from on Monday and Tuesday.
101 Freeway Closure This Weekend in Los AngelesMore traffic... fantastic. Caltrans put out a statement saying that both the northbound and southbound 101 Freeway from Glendale Blvd to Cahuenga Blvd will be partially closed starting Sunday
Gas Pipeline Installation Along Sepulveda Could Snarl Rush Hour Traffic On 405 FreewayLane closures on Sepulveda Boulevard due to the installation of a gas pipeline could mean a traffic nightmare between the Westside and the San Fernando Valley.
Traffic Reporting Is A Commuter’s Best FriendLA traffic is chaotic. Working on the ground and in the sky, KNX1070 NEWSRADIO's traffic team keeps commuters in the loop.
Popular Waze Navigation App Driving Some People CrazySome people living in quiet neighborhoods say Waze turn their streets into busy thoroughfares.
Mayor Garcetti Records Slow Jam-Style PSA For Sixth Street Bridge Closure“Sometimes, just sometimes, you have to get your hands dirty to build something beautiful," Garcetti crooned.
Parks Officials Consider Charging For Parking At Griffith ParkRecreation and Parks officials are considering a plan to charge for parking, provide free shuttle service and improve cycling paths at Griffith Park in hopes of reducing congestion and improving traffic flow at the park.
Study: LA Clogs List Of Worst Bottlenecks NationwideA new study released ranks Los Angeles as one of the worst traffic locations nationwide.
Traffic Expected During Vice Pres. Joe Biden’s Visit To Southern CaliforniaAuthorities warned of possible traffic congestion during Vice President Joe Biden's visit to the Southland Monday.
Several Big LA-Area Events Could Create Huge Traffic Jam