Black lines or No traffic flow lines could indicate a closed road, but in most cases it means that either there is not enough vehicle flow to register or traffic isn't monitored. Also, If you do not see traffic flow, you can zoom in closer to reveal localized data. If you are unable to pan the map, press here to focus off of the map and try again. Traffic Incidents beta : Each dot represents a traffic event or incident such as road construction, closure or accident. At closer zoom levels, those dots can be pressed to see more info. Ranch2Fire: fire department working to keep fire within perimeters of the dozer fire lines. Ranch2Fire: Flare-up inside canyon in front of information center on SR this afternoon.
Los Angeles Traffic Map
Today my drive to work, if I had made it, would have taken 26 minutes, according to Google Maps. If traffic could just stay like this when the restrictions are lifted, I could save about 48 minutes a day, or four hours a week, or hours a year. The typical driver spent hours stuck in traffic in , according to Inrix, which specializes in transportation analytics. On average, L. Obviously, traffic is better today for all the wrong reasons: Hundreds of thousands of Angelenos have lost their jobs and millions of us are stuck in our homes avoiding the virus. No one wants that to continue. But just looking out, even from the window, on L. For years, L. So what else is out there? Some cities have required deliveries to be made before 8 a.
Last week, as cars zipped past him on Ventura Boulevard, he realized that the blissful, eerie period of no traffic was already ending. Like the first tender shoots of spring, or perhaps the proverbial canary in the coal mine, traffic is beginning to reappear in Los Angeles. Congestion is still far below pre-pandemic levels. But the number of drivers who are out and about is steadily creeping upward, and travel times are retreating from the white-hot pace of late March, when the Freeway saw speeds of 70 mph at rush hour. For three straight weeks, trips taken and miles driven in Los Angeles have been on the rise, according to an analysis performed by Inrix, a traffic data company in Seattle. Municipal buses are no longer idling at stops, ahead of schedule. Pedestrians, who strolled across major boulevards against the light a month ago, are waiting for the walk signal again. The uptick in traffic comes as California begins its seventh week of stay-at-home orders, and the economic and emotional strain of the shutdown begins to sink in. After a rainy and cool March and April, temperatures are soaring into the 90s.