As work on the Sixth Street bridge continues, plans are underway for a new public park underneath.
City officials are in the environmental review process of approving the park, which would be constructed on each side of the LA River. Engineering company Tetra Tech and architecture firms Hargreaves Associates and Michael Maltzan are considering three different layouts for the park, and the bureau of engineering for the Sixth Street Viaduct Replacement Project is asking LA residents to share their opinions on each concept with a survey.
The first is a promenade concept, which would feature long pathways lined with trees and gardens. The second, a "canopy and objects design," would allow visitors to walk through winding pathways and vegetation. The third concept is an "episodic design" where the park’s attractions, including a basketball court and vendors, would be arranged in a straight line.
Take a look below at some of the renderings for each design: