City of LA - Public Works, City traffic engineer. They should have the most recent counts. However they usually only do traffic counts when development is being done in the area so it may not be current.
Dependent upon the location and size of street CalTrans may also have some helpful data or can lead you to the appropriate sources in that area.
Send me the address and I will send you the counts. No stings.Nathan BraggManaging Director | Senior Vice PresidentRE/MAX COMMERCIALCommerical Divison - RE/MAX Time Realtynathanbragg@remax.net909-210-3175
There are various paid services that offer traffic counts. You can check out stdbonline.com. In addition you may find some traffic counts from city departments, although they may be outdated...
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