Coronavirus Updates

LADOT Parking Enforcement will be extending current relaxed parking enforcement regulations until July 6 to support Los Angeles residents as they stay safer at home.

LADOT has also extended the deadline for payment on existing parking fines to July 6. While residents are encouraged to pay any existing fines if they are able, there will be no increase in fines for failure to pay until July 6.

While certain parking regulations are relaxed, others remain enforced to ensure that emergency services and other city functions continue operation. See the list below for…

Consistent with extended "Stay at Home" orders, certain parking regulations will remain relaxed until at least June 1, 2020. While some parking regulations are relaxed at this time, others remain enforced. 

LADOT has RELAXED enforcement for the following categories:

Residential street sweeping Expired registration on a vehicle Peak/rush hour and gridlock zone parking restrictions No ticket/tow for abandoned vehicles and overnight parking Vehicles displaying recently expired permits within preferential parking districts will have a two-week grace period following the…

Los Angeles Mayor Eric Garcetti has announced a new program allowing local residents to gain access to more space for recreation activities in their neighborhoods, while protecting Angelenos from overcrowding on sidewalks and promoting social distancing.

Slow Streets are for local residents only. These are not intended as gathering areas for the general public.Residents and neighbors using a Slow Street must adhere to the latest health guidelines, as outlined by the Mayor’s Safer at Home order. Gathering of groups, barbequing, playing games that involve physical…

LADOT is helping retail establishments provide pick-up only options by supplying parking signs free-of-charge to businesses that apply using the form below. Here's how it works:

Fill out the application form below. Upon approval, LADOT will install within three business days temporary sign(s) that will indicate a dedicated retail pick-up location near your store.

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On April 2, LADOT announced a new effort to help restaurants and other foodservice providers cope with increased demand for pick-up and delivery options caused by the outbreak of COVID-19. With all dine-in services temporarily suspended, delivery and take-out options have become the only source of revenue for many Los Angeles area food establishments. However, some locations lacked adequate parking to support the increased need for parking.

To support these essential businesses, LADOT established new "Food Pick-Up Zones" allowing restaurants and food providers to apply for a…

In an ongoing effort to support citywide COVID-19 response efforts, LADOT is focusing its resources at this time on essential COVID-related requests and critical safety concerns. If you have a COVID related service request, you can visit our updated services portal.

Examples of COVID related items include requests for a passenger loading zone near a healthcare facility or temporary no parking signs near a grocery store or restaurant with a drive-thru to ease congestion. Examples of critical safety concerns include traffic crashes or urgent pedestrian crossing issues. 

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In a time of uncertainty and fear, organizations in the Los Angeles area are partnering to provide food for those who need it. The L.A. County Federation of Labor, in collaboration with Labor Community Services, L.A. City Councilman Marqueece Harris-Dawson, and the L.A. Regional Food Bank, hosted a Drive-thru mobile food pantry, open to members of any union. 

LADOT Special Traffic Operations and Traffic Officers coordinated with LAPD and CD8 to design and implement a traffic management plan that directed cars safely and efficiently through the Beverly Center Plaza.…

During the past several weeks, in order to fight the spread of COVID-19, LADOT has deactivated pedestrian push buttons in city neighborhoods with high volumes of pedestrian activity. Affected intersections now feature automatic walk cycles, which operate without the need for pedestrians to press crosswalk buttons and risk contamination. Initially rolled out in downtown Los Angeles and then implemented in Hollywood, Westlake, and MacArthur Park, LADOT has now also made the conversion to automatic, non-button pedestrian signals at intersections in Chinatown and Koreatown.

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In an ongoing effort to support citywide COVID-19 response efforts, LADOT is focusing its resources at this time on essential COVID-related requests and critical safety concerns.

Examples of COVID related items include requests for a passenger loading zone near a healthcare facility or temporary no parking signs near a grocery store or restaurant wfith a drive-thru to ease congestion. Examples of critical safety concerns include traffic crashes or urgent pedestrian crossing issues. 

Visit our Service Requests page for instructions on how to file various types of requests…

To encourage safer driving across the city, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation has adjusted signals across the City to “nighttime mode.” As people are ordered to stay at home, traffic volumes have significantly decreased. The good news is that traffic and air quality have significantly improved. The bad news is that empty streets seem to encourage some Angelenos to speed dangerously through the City. 

 LADOT operates the most advanced signal synchronization system in the world, which means that typically, signals are coordinated automatically to help ease…