Request Speed Humps

Speed Humps are designed to reduce vehicular speed on residential local or collector streets that have a single lane of travel in each direction. While generally effective in reducing vehicle speeds and volume, speed humps also have disadvantages such as the potential for increased vehicle noise when traversing the hump as well as increased emergency vehicle response times. 

Videos

View all our videos here

Unless otherwise provided for herein, LADOT does not grant any license to use, display and/or make copies of any videos or Public Service Announcement (PSA), originated and prepared by consultant or city staff. All work products created for LADOT shall not be modified, edited, copied, reproduced, create derivative works of, reverse engineer, alter, enhance or in any way exploit any of the videos and/or PSA in any manner.

How Do I - Administrative Hearing

If you have had an Administrative Review for your parking ticket and are not satisfied with the result you can request an Administrative Hearing within 21 days of the date of the Administrative Review Decision.
If you have any questions regarding a parking citation, you may call our 24 Hour Customer Care Hotline: 1-866-561-9742

  • State law requires that you pay all fines owed on the ticket before you can request an administrative hearing*

Request a Hearing

Pipelines

The City Council is considering the final approval to transfer the oversight responsibility of franchises to the Board of Public Works. The Board will negotiate and administer franchise agreements that allow private pipelines to operate under city streets.  New franchise agreements and renewals are approved by the Board of Public Works, the City Council, and the Mayor.

The common types of regulated pipelines include:  

Taxicabs

Report a Taxicab
If you believe a taxicab company or driver has acted inappropriately, please contact us so that we can investigate.
      (800) 501-0999
      or contact us online

Taxicab Drivers
For taxicab driver permitting issues, please click here.

Pages

Subscribe to City of Los Angeles Department of Transportation RSS