Alex Ward

Chairman, Friends of the Los Angeles River

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Architect and chairman of the advocacy group Friends of the Los Angeles River

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One of LA’s landmarks is the Sixth Street Bridge, an 80-year old viaduct connecting Boyle Heights to downtown with a 3500 feet span.

A New Direction for the Sixth Street Bridge

One of LA’s landmarks is the Sixth Street Bridge, an 80-year old viaduct connecting Boyle Heights to downtown with a 3500 feet span.

from Design and Architecture

The Sixth Street Viaduct, connecting Los Angeles's downtown to the neighborhood of Boyle Heights, is a historic structure designed eighty years ago by Merrill Butler of LA’s Bureau of…

Redesigning LA's Sixth Street Viaduct

The Sixth Street Viaduct, connecting Los Angeles's downtown to the neighborhood of Boyle Heights, is a historic structure designed eighty years ago by Merrill Butler of LA’s Bureau of…

from Design and Architecture

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