Public meetings set on I-10 traffic improvements
BATON ROUGE- The public will have a chance to share ideas on how to improve the traffic flow on Interstate 10 from Louisiana Highway 415 to Essen Lane in Baton Rouge through a series of community meetings that will be held from Aug. 31 to Sept. 3.
Each meeting will be held from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m.
They are Aug. 31 in the Baton Rouge River Center: Sept. 1 in the West Baton Rouge Community Center in Port Allen; Sept. 3 in the Crowne Plaza Hotel Ballroom.
The meetings are part of a $2 million review being conducted by the Louisiana DOTD. The first part was a survey done earlier this year that garnered nearly 14,000 comments from people and businesses representing 17 different states.
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