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  • HOV rules suspended on I-95 south of Sunrise Blvd.

    Q: Are the HOV requirements still suspended on Interstate 95 in south Broward? The signs are still up in places north of Ives Dairy Road and no one knows whether they can move into the HOV lane at rush hour. When will the newest section of express lanes...
  • Nissan will roll out cars that use autopilot to park, change lanes

    Nissan will roll out cars that use autopilot to park, change lanes
    Nissan plans to introduce a series of autonomous driving functions in its vehicles to convince consumers that self-driving cars represent the future of automotive technology. Carlos Ghosn, the chief executive of both Nissan Motor Co. and Renault SA,...
  • CTA Brown Line slowest in nearly 2 years

    CTA Brown Line slowest in nearly 2 years
    The CTA Brown Line is the slowest it has been in nearly two years, with nearly a quarter of track under slow zone, according to a CTA report posted online this week. Twenty-three percent of Brown Line track is under slow zone, which requires trains to...
  • Traffic: Collision on I-895 in Baltimore City

    Traffic: Collision on I-895 in Baltimore City
    A four-vehicle collision on Interstate 895 North in Baltimore City at the Steel Bridge has closed the northbound left traffic lane and northbound left shoulder at 7:38 a.m. on Tuesday, according to the state Department of Transportation. The incident had...
  • Southbound 101 lanes reopen in Hollywood after crash kills pedestrian

    Southbound 101 lanes reopen in Hollywood after crash kills pedestrian
    A pedestrian was fatally struck by a car on the 101 Freeway early Tuesday at Highland Avenue in Hollywood, prompting three southbound lanes to be closed for more than two hours and snarling the morning commute toward downtown. The victim, identified...
  • Freeway incident raises questions on how police interact with public

    Marlene Pinnock is a mother of two who once studied bookkeeping and accounting. But her life has not been simple. She was known as a sweet, friendly presence by some who lived in a homeless encampment beneath an overpass where the 10 Freeway crosses...
  • With China already on edge, bus arsons add to public's unease

    With China already on edge, bus arsons add to public's unease
    Chinese authorities have been on heightened security alert lately in the wake of deadly knifings and bombings at train stations blamed on separatists and terrorists. But the nation’s bus riders have now come under repeated arson assaults from a...
  • Brown signs bill lifting ban against light-rail in San Fernando Valley

    Brown signs bill lifting ban against light-rail in San Fernando Valley
    For the first time in more than two decades, Los Angeles transportation officials can legally discuss building a light-rail line through a southern swath of the San Fernando Valley. Gov. Jerry Brown signed a bill Thursday that will allow the Los Angeles...
  • Emanuel on red light ticket refunds: 'Not for me to decide'

    Emanuel on red light ticket refunds: 'Not for me to decide'
    Mayor Rahm Emanuel won’t say whether thousands of drivers who received red light camera citations during a series of suspicious ticket spikes should receive refunds for the $100 fines they have paid to the city. The Emanuel administration has been...
  • Arat helps Long Beach capture gold

    Fighting the rush-hour commutes six days a week from La CaƱada Flintridge to Long Beach might leave most motorists irritated. Not so for Jared Arat. When stuck in a traffic jam on a freeway on his way to practice with his youth rowing team, Arat had...
  • Activists renew call for independent probe of CHP punching video

    Activists renew call for independent probe of CHP punching video
    Community leaders and attorneys renewed their calls for an independent investigation into the California Highway Patrol officer who was recorded on video punching a woman along the 10 Freeway. Those gathered at a news conference Thursday had harsh words...