Los Angeles bridge to come down

By Sergio Meza Contributing Writer After 79 years of towering over the Los Angeles River, the historic Sixth Street Bridge faces its inevitable fate. The Los Angeles City Council recently announced that the Sixth Street Bridge is on the verge of demolition due to a corroding chemical reaction in the concrete called alkali-silica reaction, known as ASR. According to Los Angeles architect Alex Ward, ASR is known commonly as a “concrete…

December 7, 2011