Los Angeles Traffic
Streets will be closed to cars for 6.5 miles, from East Hollywood to West Hollywood.
More than 150,000 people in LA County spend three hours traveling to-and-from work.
Much of Santa Monica Boulevard will close for the annual parade and festival.
Some rush-hour commutes are taking 50 percent longer.
The city is trying to control cut-through traffic on residential streets.
Safety advocates worried the project could be undone.
A new study looks at charging drivers $4 in West LA and Santa Monica.
The shuttle will connect the airport to LA’s rail network.
The City Council voted down an appeal that would have reversed lane reconfigurations in Mar Vista.
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Some streets are already off-limits for vehicles.
In 2018, drivers spent more than 100 hours stuck in traffic.
New research finds that Angelenos are willing to pay for public transit—but they don’t want to ride it.
The agency is testing a "pay as you go" model, where drivers will be sent a $4 bill—instead of a $25 fine.
Some members of Metro’s board say the policy "seems punitive."
Could tolls on drivers solve LA’s traffic problem?
They say the projects are too car-focused.
New tolls on drivers could cover rides on trains and buses.
Hitting the road this week? Here are the worst times to travel.
But is there anything the city can do?
This will be the busiest Memorial Day in over a decade.
Residents say apps like Waze have brought too many vehicles to precarious Baxter Street.
A train? A monorail? You decide.
Plenty of streets will close for the race on Sunday. Here’s a guide to which streets will be shut down when.
The president’s California trip is over.
The agency will focus on cheaper, less disruptive projects in the meantime.
Opponents call the project a "1950s-era solution" to congestion on the busy route.
Several neighborhood groups had asked to reduce traffic lanes for cars on a stretch of Sixth Street.
The Automobile Club of Southern California projects the highest number of Turkey Day travelers in nearly a decade.
Lanes of traffic for cars, which had been removed in order to make the streets safer, will be restored on three streets.
Rule-breakers are slowing down traffic during peak hours, making the toll lanes less effective.
The lanes had been removed to make the streets safer for walkers and bicyclists, but angry drivers complained the changes were snarling traffic.