405 Freeway Closure

Map of the closure (lined in red): CLOSURES Attention Angelenos: if you don't need to go to Orange County this weekend, then
It's an overnight closure but still -- it's the 405 freeway, infamous as one of the most congested in the country. The 405
With the Rampture upon us and street services repaving the street I live on, even though my stretch seems just fine, I have been challenged of late to see the L.A. transportation glass as mostly full.
Turns out that the "rampture" isn't so near after all. It follows July's "Carmageddon," when a large section of the 405 freeway
What all these succulent treats have in common is a serious helping of unique nutrients that offer protection against any number of incipient maladies.
Of course, since Angelenos ditched their cars for a weekend, many other events and activities that normally bring the city
Over email, photographer Glucksman told the HuffPost how it all began: But according to Corrigan, lawmakers and city officials
Now that part one of the "Carmageddon-Carpocalypse-Cartastrophy" 405 closure is behind us, we can find humor in the city
We need leadership to say that this world will not be a lowest common denominator fight over satisfying old debts that cannot be satisfied, with no environmental, labor, or consumer protections.
The Los Angeles Times has a time lapse video of the entire Mulholland Bridge demolition from start to finish. Appropriately
The Mulholland Bridge demolition is completed ahead of schedule, reports the Associated Press. That's why officials have
Encouraged by consistent reports of light traffic, Huffpost LA traveled west on Sunset Boulevard this morning to catch a
A Honda driver died in a head-on collision with a Porsche on the 3700 block of Sepulveda Boulevard near Valley Meadow Road
Carmageddon is upon us--or is it? Traffic is unusually light for Los Angeles, and according to Caltrans, "everything is going
And if you're out there throwing a block party, braving traffic on the PCH, Sepulveda, or the 101, or even hiking across
Metro: Hundreds of extra buses are being provided with shorter turn-around time between them.
So what exactly will be going on while Angelenos are stuck in a sea of traffic or waiting patiently at home? First of all, the process won't be a spectacle, Metro insists.
See all those drivers buzzing below the Getty Center on the 405? They are literally following the footsteps of their predecessors: Native Americans, Spanish explorers, mission padres, and early California settlers.
Running on Empty (Revisited) from Ross Ching on Vimeo. With Carmageddon looming in the near future, many Angelenos are planning
With Los Angeles bracing itself for 'Carmageddon' -- an unprecedented 53-hour shutdown of a 10-mile stretch of one of the