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An Exciting New Crop of Electric Vehicles Will Fuel Your EV Envy

Sooner or later, we’ll all be driving electric vehicles. This sweet fleet of wired rides is making the future look bright
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Just 46 Percent of Metro Employees Are Vaccinated Against the Coronavirus

Improving that statistic and totally rethinking customer service are just two of the challenges facing the transit agency's new CEO, Stephanie Wiggins
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The Los Angeles Auto Show Is Still On for November 2021

COVID put the brakes on the New York International Auto Show, but L.A.'s annual car show will pull into the convention center in the fall
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As Fares Rise and Rates Plummet, California Rideshare Drivers Are Staging a Strike

At a series of protests across the state, Uber and Lyft drivers will call for the Senate to pass a piece of pro-union legislation
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Uber and Lyft Fares Are Soaring in L.A.—and the Spike Is a Long Time Coming

A combo of fewer drivers and higher demand is driving up rideshare prices, but some drivers say ongoing labor issues made this perfect storm inevitable

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