LADOT develops and implements policies, programs, and projects that improve cyclist safety, expand cycling infrastructure, and provide an urban environment that is more conducive to cycling both as a means of transportation and for recreational purposes.
To find out more about what LADOT is doing to make Los Angeles more bike-friendly, go to our:
LADOT is responsible for developing various construction projects through the stages of planning, environmental review, and design as well as supporting sister agencies such as Metro and Caltrans on major public works projects in the city.
LADOT's Project Delivery Group ensures the safe delivery of transportation projects sponsored by LADOT, other public agencies, and the private sector in an expeditious and cost effective manner.
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.
Any vehicle that has been parked on a city street or highway for 72 hours or more can be reported as an abandoned vehicle. (Parking in alleys is illegal at all times.)
Vehicles without an engine, wheels, or some other part necessary for safely driving the vehicle are subject to immediate impounding.
Report abandoned vehicle