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Anyone who has been following the evolution of cars with semi-autonomous features likely took interest in the recent news that a fatal Tesla car accident occurred while the vehicle was in autopilot mode. As with Google cars before it, the […]

If you’ve been involved in an accident and are planning to file personal injury claims, you will need to meet with a lawyer to discuss the case. This can seem daunting if you are suffering from trauma or don’t feel […]

If you are planning a trip to the Los Angeles area, you may be a little trepidatious about driving the streets and highways there. You likely have heard that the pace is fast, drivers rarely signal for lane changes, and […]

August 11, 2016 Blog 0 Comments

The era of self-driving cars is quickly approaching as Google and other companies fine-tune their ground-breaking technologies. Although there are no market-ready models approved for public use, at least one state is moving forward with proposed legislation that would address […]

July 10, 2016 Blog, News 0 Comments

06/23/2016 Homeless people living in cars and RVS’s are on the rise in Los Angeles. Fears are that increased crime, fighting, and misuse will occur as a result of this increase. A ban on living in cars was lifted by […]

June 30, 2016 Blog 0 Comments

The Port of Los Angeles voted in favor of building a $500 million rail yard called the Southern California International Gateway (SCIG). The vote was effectuated with the Board of Harbor Commissions. Praisers of the project feel it would be […]

June 23, 2016 Blog 0 Comments

Legislators in Sacramento toiled last year to create 807 bills that were signed into law and began enforcement at the beginning of 2016. The topics covered in the new legislation reach far and wide and affect many different populations. Here […]

June 21, 2016 Blog, News 0 Comments

Los Angeles is finally joining the transportation friendly cities of New York, Chicago and Washington, D.C. and getting serious about commuter trains. The New Gold Line, which will run every 12 minutes on weekdays until 1 a.m. and on weekends […]

The national conversation about public transportation usually centers around buses and trains; an overlooked but more economical option is the vanpool. Commuters are usually reluctant to give up their personal cars even if it costs more than mass transit, because […]

April 26, 2016 Blog, News 0 Comments

Uber was started in San Francisco in 2008, as a car-sharing service for a small group of friends. In just a few short years, the company has changed the model of public transportation across the globe. The Uber network now […]

April 21, 2016 Blog, News 0 Comments

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