In Southern California, landlords and owners of convenience stores, fast-food chains, movie theaters and big-box retailers are hoping to cash in on EV chargers to lure customers with time to kill as they fill up.
Studies found that Airbnb was responsible for nearly one-fifth of residential rent increases in the United States between 2012 and 2016, with culpability for more than 30 percent of increases in parts of Los Angeles.
The transportation authority wants to erect up to 49 billboard structures, most with double-sided display screens, which would result in 86 total digital billboards throughout the city.
Officials approved arming several hundred officers in Hollywood and South L.A. with new tasers that have more than double the range as their old models, an upgrade they hope will help prevent officers from using guns.
The newly adopted city budget for the 2023-2024 fiscal year includes millions for a variety of technology projects. These projects include communications systems upgrades, replatforming the MyLA311 system and more.
Researchers will use artificial intelligence to analyze the tone and word choice that Los Angeles Police Department officers use during traffic stops, the department announced Tuesday.
The Los Angeles City Council has decided – in an 8-4 vote – to accept the donation of a nearly $280,000 dog-like robot for the police department's use. The technology has been a point of contentious public debate.
A mode shift toward more sustainable transportation like micromobility and transit will take more than an app. It will require a reimagining of cities and how transportation infrastructure is prioritized.
Los Angeles Unified School District is rolling out four apps, including one available to the public for anonymous reporting and another that essentially functions as an internal 911 system only for staff.