After several days of illegal activity, traffic and pedestrian enforcement were stepped up once again on the 6th Street Bridge Sunday.
The goal was to help prevent more illegal activity from occurring on the bridge.
The Sixth Street Bridge has seen its fair share of trouble since its reopening, and on Friday, another man got a haircut in the middle of the bridge.
"The graffiti's not going to disappear overnight," Councilman Kevin de León said. "I wish that folks could self-regulate their behaviors. And instead of costing taxpayers tens of millions of dollars on an annual basis to clean up the mess they leave for all of us."
In the wake of a recent spate of illegal activity, officers will conduct traffic enforcements this weekend.
One couple is sharing how the bridge brought them love and happiness with a special wedding proposal.