Traffic is creeping back up in Los Angeles compared to the early days of the county’s stay-at-home orders. Where is everyone going?
May. 21from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
During the ongoing quarantine, many people are driving much less. So buying a new car may seem like a needless luxury.
May. 14from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
There could be big, permanent changes on planes and in airports once the first wave of this global pandemic is behind us.
May. 11from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
The idea of denser development near transit hubs is popular with city planners. It could increase the amount of affordable housing and decrease car commuting.
May. 6from Greater LA
Pandemics can bring about innovation, especially in design and architecture. Sam Lubell talks to DnA about changes that may come to buildings and urban design in response to COVID-19.
Apr. 23from Design and Architecture
Air traffic is down 95% due to COVID-19, LA Mayor Eric Garcetti recently said. Planes are empty. Some may have one or two passengers — tops.
Apr. 21from Press Play with Madeleine Brand
As the U.S. faces its worst economic crisis since the Great Recession, Americans are talking more about reopening the economy and lifting stay-at-home orders.
Apr. 21from Greater LA
Traffic and pollution are way down in Southern California. That’s a good thing. But all those Angelenos sheltering at home want to get out and exercise.
Being a truck driver already has its challenges, long days of solitude with brief breaks for food and respite.
Apr. 3from Good Food
The worldwide coronavirus pandemic has fouled spring break trips, long-planned vacations and overseas travel.
Mar. 25from KCRW Features
To slow the spread of COVID-19, public officials are encouraging LA residents to stay home and to use public transit only when absolutely necessary.
Mar. 24from Greater LA
In this episode of Studio Berlin, we take a closer look at the city’s cycling infrastructure and Berlin’s mobility law.
Mar. 21from Studio Berlin
COVID-19 means people are stuck at home, kids are out of school, many are anxious about getting sick and whether the health care system can keep up.
Mar. 18from Greater LA
The federal government wants Americans to cancel non-essential travel.
Mar. 17from KCRW Features
Some public transit commuters are driving themselves to work instead. Others say if the train or bus is crowded, they’ll wait for the next one.
Mar. 10from Greater LA
The LA Department of Transportation (LADOT) has ordered a fleet of 155 new electric buses. It’s the largest single order of them ever made in the nation.
Feb. 25from Greater LA
This week, Mayor Eric Garcetti unveiled his latest effort to fight climate change. The plan doubles down on LA’s Green New Deal, which he launched in 2019.
Feb. 11from Greater LA
The experiment underway at three airports comes in reaction to a recent state law that makes it harder to classify people as contract workers rather than as employees.
Jan. 28from NPR
Some helicopter trips — like personal or private helicopter rides — are more likely than others to end in a fatal accident. A crash killed the former NBA star and eight other people on Sunday.
FLy Over All Traffic (FLOAT) is angling to begin flying passengers above L.A.’s congested freeways later this year.
Jan. 16from Greater LA