Road Closures, Street Scenes, Traffic »
Demolition of the historic Sixth Street Bridge will cause a 40 hour closure of the Hollywood Freeway this weekend, aka #101slowjam.
Events, Road Closures, Traffic »
The Golden Globes are expected to cause traffic delays near the Beverly Hilton due to street closures and restricted parking.
While the Beverly Hilton is preparing for today’s (Sunday 2016) 73rd Golden Globe Award show the Beverly Hills Police Department are also preparing.
Starting 9-am Sunday morning Santa Monica Boulevard will be closed from Wilshire Boulevard to Century Park East. It will remain closed until midnight.
Little Santa Monica boulevard …
LA Culture, Traffic »
With expectations that KCRW’s new building will be completed next year, the excitement around the station is contagious.
Digital Danger, Traffic »
Governor Jerry Brown finally signed a new bill into effect, which will create an alert system similar to amber alerts for hit and runs. We’ve been following this story for well over a year on Shortcuts
Now a vehicle’s make, model, color and license plate number would be displayed on digital highway signs. Governor Brown vetoed a similar bill last year, saying he was worried …
Street Scenes, Traffic »
Tragedy just barely avoided today at Pink’s Hot Dog stand
Photo of the Day, Traffic »
Drug “Breathalyzers” rejected by California Lawmakers
Cars, LA Culture, Photo of the Day, Traffic »
Does traffic stress you out? Some use the time to relax.
Road Closures, Road Construction, Traffic »
The Malibu Canyon Tunnel is closed for construction
I like calling the tunnel the Pink Lady. I want to keep her story alive and honor the artist, 31-year-old Lynne Seemayer along with her art. In the late 60’s when Seemayer decided to and actually did clean off the graffiti from a mountainside in Malibu. She would slip out of bed, leave her family and head to the canyon with her paint, her supplies and the moon in the sky. All by herself up the mountain she’d climb, then with her rope she’d rappel off the side.
Cars, Digital Danger, Traffic »
Yesterday I joined Which Way, LA? with Warren Olney (Ahhh, Warren Olney. His show falls under the “reasons I love public radio” umbrella). We were together to talk about Waze, the crowd-sourced traffic app.
A recent AP report focused on how the app is changing traffic in Los Angeles and talked to residents who are objecting to more cars in their neighborhood. From AP:
When word spread that the explosively popular new smartphone …
Well, the rain is back in town for a limited engagement, appearing with the Water Ballet at a freeway near you. And we may inadvertently (or hopefully not) participate in the sport of Water Flying, otherwise known as hydroplaning. Please leave this in the hands of professional stunt drivers.
Rain makes accidents way more likely. From 7 a.m. until 8 p.m. last Tuesday, Dec 2, 2014 …