New renderings released for L.A.'s Sixth Street Viaduct replacement

07/7/2014 | StreetsBlog.org

Substantial progress has been made for the $401 million Sixth Street Viaduct replacement project in Los Angeles. Two recent renderings were released indicating some revisions for the proposed plan. The 3,500-foot-long bridge would have a series of 60-foot-high arches, and space for pedestrians and cyclists as well as vehicles. Work could begin this fall on reconfigurations and intersection improvements, writes Sahra Sulaiman.

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