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Readers use the Tiger Woods crash to decry the dangers of driving and the public’s obsession with celebrity status.

A section of California’s iconic road was washed out by heavy rains Jan. 28. Repairs start Monday.

Building a monorail to serve one of the most congested transportation corridors in Southern California makes no sense, a former Metro official says.

Seven years after awarding a low-bid high-speed rail contract to a Spanish firm, California is paying for that decision in delays and cost overruns in the San Joaquin Valley.

A small group of app-based drivers and a major labor union moved forward with a lawsuit against Prop. 22 that was thrown out by California’s high court.

California’s bullet train authority will ask the Legislature for $4.1 billion to complete Central Valley link.

In addition to providing shade, bus shelters in Los Angeles County should also be fitted with technology that cleans the nearby air of pollution.

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The California Supreme Court decided against hearing a case filed last month challenging the constitutionality of Proposition 22, the voter-approved measure allowing gig economy companies to treat workers as independent contractors rather than employees.

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