LADOT News

Dodger Stadium to Convert to Vaccination Site

 

Earlier this week, the COVID-19 testing site located at Dodger Stadium ceased testing operations in order to convert to its new primary role as a coronavirus vaccination site. With a capacity to administer 12,000 vaccinations per day, the Dodger Stadium site is managed in part by LADOT, which operates traffic management at the stadium to facilitate proper vehicle ingress and egress. Last week, to address concerns from nearby residents regarding neighborhood traffic, LADOT reconfigured traffic lanes at the stadium to localize…

Welcome to 2021!

On behalf of the city we love and call home, LADOT wishes you a Happy New Year! As we proceed into the next year — and as we face whatever new challenges 2021 may bring — LADOT will continue to uphold its commitment to providing excellent, safe, and dependable services for the people of Los Angeles. Below, in this our first edition of the LADOT Weekly Brief for 2021, you will find stories about LADOT's ongoing work and the people whose perseverance and dedication make the department's achievements possible. Here's a happy and healthy 2021!

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LADOT wishes all Angelenos a safe and happy holiday. For information regarding current city health guidelines,
please click here. For details on holiday parking, click here.

The LADOT Weekly Brief will resume on January 6, 2021.

 

Deck the Halls With Ugly Sweaters

 

LADOT would like to thank everyone who attended the department’s virtual Ugly Holiday Sweater Party.
With over 100 online attendees, happy holiday fun was had by all!

Special congratulations to our holiday contest winners:

Reaghan Murphy, who won the trivia…
Mayor Garcetti Announces First-in-the-nation Urban Air Mobility Partnership

Mayor Eric Garcetti today announced the Urban Air Mobility Partnership, a first-in-the-nation initiative to make Los Angeles an unmistakable leader on urban air mobility. A product of a public-private partnership between the Mayor’s Office, the Los Angeles Department of Transportation (LADOT), and Urban Movement Labs (UML), this effort will educate and engage the city’s residents around a new and dynamic transportation technology — the introduction of low-noise, electric aircraft flying in our local airspace by…

Make Your Voice Heard With LADOT Safety Project Surveys

LADOT is on the road to building improved streets in Los Angeles and needs your assistance to identify priorities to help achieve this goal. To help inform this process, LADOT seeks to gather as much feedback as possible from people who use our city’s street network in order to determine which streets are most in need of improvement. 

Below, you will find information on several of our recent and ongoing safety projects. LADOT requests that all interested parties please visit the project survey links included in the…

COVID-19 Efforts and Guidelines

As our local communities continue to experience the ongoing effects of the COVID-19 pandemic, the City of Los Angeles and LADOT request that residents and visitors observe all city and county health guidelines aimed at combating the spread of the virus. This past week, to achieve this end, the County of Los Angeles instituted multiple safety measures, including more stringent customer capacity limits for people visiting businesses, restrictions on multi-household gatherings (with certain exemptions for outdoor political or religious gatherings), and…

Happy Thanksgiving

LADOT wishes you a Happy Thanksgiving. The City of Los Angeles asks that all Angelenos respect and observe city and county health guidelines during the holiday. For additional details, please click here.

To view information regarding holiday parking, click here.

Metro Bike Share Holiday Discounts

During the past year, the Metro Bike Share program has proved to be an important mode of transportation as riders have sought alternative modes of transportation that are both reliable and socially distant. This Black Friday weekend, Metro Bike Share is pleased…

Street Improvements in Pacific Palisades

Earlier this month, in response to requests submitted by local residents, LADOT crews installed street improvements at the intersection of Chautauqua Boulevard and Corona del Mar in Pacific Palisades. A popular connection between Sunset Boulevard and the Pacific Coast Highway, this section of Chautauqua Boulevard has an average traffic volume of more than 30,000 vehicles per day.

To address concerns relating to pedestrian safety at the intersection, LADOT installed multiple improvements aimed at the improvement of safety for those who…

Honoring Our Veterans

LADOT wishes you a memorable holiday this Veterans Day. In observance of the holiday, LADOT will follow relaxed parking regulations on Wednesday, November 11, 2020. Relaxed categories include no street sweeping and Sunday enforcement patterns. Safety zones and holiday enforced signs remain in effect. For more information, please visit the LADOT website.

LADOT Launches Early Pay LA, Offering Payment Discounts for Parking Citations

At Mayor Garcetti's directive, LADOT has implemented an economic relief measure that will allow motorists an early payment…

In accordance with mandatory citywide furloughs, the following LADOT service counters will be closed for phone, email, and walk-in services on Tuesday, November 3, 2020. Regular scheduled service hours will resume on Wednesday, November 4.

LADOT Front Desk:
Cal Trans
100 S Main St
10th Floor
Los Angeles, CA 90012


For-Hire Permitting Division:
Cal Trans Plaza
100 S Main St.
Los Angeles, CA 90012

Parking Administrative Hearing (Adjudication) Offices:
Downtown Los Angeles
201 North Los Angeles Street,