πŸŒ‰ | Los Angeles’ 6th Street Viaduct Aims To Connect Communities

The new bridge crosses over the Los Angeles River, a freeway and several railroads and accommodates cyclists and walkers as well as cars.

The original 3,500-ft-long, 46-ft-wide viaduct was built in 1932 and since then has served as a backdrop for dozens of movies, TV shows, music videos and video games.

A construction manager-general contractor joint venture of Skanska USA Civil and Stacy and Witbeck (SSW) completed the final arch pour and removed the massive falsework this January.

Crews are now installing 7,000 ft of barrier rail that separates the pedestrian lanes from the bike lanes.

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