There’s Concern that Holding the Oscars at Union Station Will Disrupt Commuters

A plan to move part of the awards to the transit hub might send bus and rail riders hiking through DTLA
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L.A. Set to Cut Street Sweeping in Half: Here’s How to Know When You Need to Move Your Car

The city is launching an online system to alert residents which weeks they will still be subject to ticketing, and when they can relax
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A New Rideshare Option Is Coming to L.A.—and It Employs Its Drivers

Texas-based Alto is positioning itself as a safer—and, yes, pricier—alternative to Uber and Lyft
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MADD Shows Support for Rideshare Corporation-Backed Prop 22

The anti-drunk driving group argues that more ridesharing could mean fewer traffic accidents
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Flying Cars Could Be a Reality Within the Decade. Will L.A. Be Ready?

Eric Garcetti's office is working with the World Economic Forum on a plan for 'urban air mobility'
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California Will Ban the Sale of New Gas-Powered Cars Starting in 2035

Gavin Newsom announced the state will join countries around the world already committed to phasing out the technology

An Aerial Tram Could Move Visitors Around Griffith Park, but Not Everyone Has High Hopes for the Project

Conservation activists say the development could permanently harm Griffith Park and its wildlife