The Los Angeles Police Department (LAPD) shut down the newly constructed $588 million Sixth Street Viaduct bridge again on Tuesday night due to illegal activity and safety concerns.
The bridge reopened Wednesday morning after police attempted to deter disruptive behavior that has been recently occurring on the bridge. It was the fourth time in five nights that police had shut down the bridge to traffic, Fox 11 reported.
LAPD News: The 6th Street Bridge will be closed until further notice due to illegal activity and public safety concerns.
— LAPD HQ (@LAPDHQ) July 27, 2022
The newly constructed viaduct, which connects the downtown area to Boyle Heights over the Los Angeles River, was opened on July 10 after replacing the previous Sixth Street