2,400 Miles of Seattle Streets to Get New Speed Limit - Seattle wants drivers to slow down — by 5 mph to be exact. City Council voted unanimously on Monday to reduce Seattle’s default arterial speed limit from 30 to 25 mph and the nonarterial speed limit from 25 to 20.
Ten months after a pedestrians-only phase was added to the traffic signal cycle at the busy intersection of Hollywood and Highland, the accident rate has plummeted. So called 'scramble' intersections are but one...
Crash Fatalities Rising Faster Than VMT - According to an analysis by the National Safety Council, the number of traffic deaths during the first five months of the year was 9 percent higher than during the same period in 2015 and 17 percent higher than the same period in 2014.
Whoa: $2-Billion 6th & Alameda Development Revealed - urbanize.la - SunCal, which describes itself as one of country's largest real estate firms, has unveiled plans for its highly-anticipated foray into Downtown Los Angeles. The $2-billion project, slated for a 14....
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