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West Hollywood’s Weekend Trolley: Still Rollin’, For Now

As The Pickup’s six-month pilot program comes to a close, plans are underway to keep the service going

Rolling With The V.I.B.s (Very Important Buses) of L.A.

A guide to getting around by getting on

The Great (Looking) Escape: A SoCal Train Tour

I hit the rails for a SoCal train tour this Labor Day weekend. Here, sartorially speaking, is what it looked like

The Pickup Line: All About West Hollywood’s New Free Weekend Night Trolley

An early look at new transit option offering bar-goers (and everyone else) a safe, free ride down Santa Monica Boulevard on Friday and Saturdays nights starting this weekend

The Stunning Final Stretch of Route 66

Jim Morrison of the Doors represents the City of Angels on this 1992 pictoral by Bob Waldmire

City Council to Reconsider Ticketing Drivers at Broken Meters

Weeks after the California State Senate approved a bill that would prohibit cities from ticketing motorists for parking at broken meters, L.A.’s city council is considering rescinding a local law that allows enforcers to cite drivers for the same infraction.

CityDig: The History of Turning Right in Los Angeles

With apologies to Woody Allen, making a right turn on a red light is certainly not Los Angeles’ only cultural advantage.

CityDig: When the Trolley Came to U.S.C.

Construction workers discovered a remnant of the city’s old streetcar network earlier this month when they unearthed streetcar rails underneath the blacktop pavement of McClintock Avenue.

Daytripping From Downtown to the Valley in 1924

After World War I the use of automobiles boomed all over Southern California and by the ‘20s cars were faster and more dependable—but getting anywhere depended entirely on good direction.

A Freeway Atlas From Before You Could Say You Took The 5 to the 2 to the 134

By the time this guide map was published in the beginning of the 1960s, Los Angeles had become a full-fledged freeway city and the automotive age for Southern California was in its middle-years.