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Sixth Street Viaduct

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  1. During the construction of the viaduct, an on-site plant was used to supply the concrete for construction

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    created by user picturefactobot on March 30, 2009
  2. born designated as City of Los Angeles Bridge No. 53C-1880 and California Department of Transportation [Caltrans] Bridge No. 53-0595

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  3. [http://www.la6thstreetviaduct.org/TheProject/projₒbjective.htm] is an elevated four lane road that leads to downtown Los Angeles

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  4. Built in 1932, it spans 3,500 feet (1070 m) and has a roadway 46 feet (14 m) wide, with sidewalks on either side

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  5. The viaduct is composed of three independent structures: the reinforced concrete west portion, the central steel arch section over the Los Angeles River, and the reinforced concrete east portion

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