Friday, 31 August 2012 06:57
Isaac Update: More Roads, highways open to New Orleans
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roads22According to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, as of 11:48 pm Friday, there road closures or blockages on LA 1I-10 (3 reports)US 11LA 23LA 39LA 40LA 45LA 46Old US 51LA 58US 90LA 300LA 308LA 628LA 1077


Also, according to the map on the DOTD website the I-10 eastward to New Orleans from Baton Rouge and other locations west of Baton Rouge, there currently is not a direct route via the interstate to the New Orleans region.  Instead, drivers must take bypass from Gramercy exit.

 Highway I-12 is open from Baton Rouge to Mandeville and the Causeway Bridge is open.

 The I-10 driving west to New Orleans is open from Slidell however there are limitations.

 For updates check out the DOTD website or contact state and/or local authorities





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