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Griffith Park plan now scraps one shuttle, expands another

Patricia Nazario
| The city of Los Angeles wants to reduce car traffic around Griffith Park, but it won't move ahead with a plan to open Mt. Hollywood Drive to shuttle buses.

California pedestrian deaths projected to jump 12 percent for 2015

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A national highway safety organization projects pedestrian deaths in 2015 could record the largest year-over-year increase on record, based on preliminary data.

Rain on the road? No need to freak on the freeways

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Pro stunt driver Jim Wilkey shares tips on driving safely on the roads when they get rain-slicked. Plus, we want to hear your tales of traffic woes.

Boyle Heights pushes to prevent hit-and-runs

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Three recent pedestrian deaths in Boyle Heights are prompting safety efforts in the community. A street fair is set for Saturday to raise awareness.

Taking Metro's new NoHo to Pasadena express bus for a spin

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It's fast, reliable and still has a new bus smell, says our tester. The bus will connect the San Fernando Valley with the new Gold Line extension opening Saturday.

Love on the bus: Can carless be sexy in a changing LA?

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With expanding transit options, ride-hailing apps, and environmental concerns, could Los Angeles be at an inflection point in its love affair with the car?