Road work continues at LSU as classes approach
BATON ROUGE - A number of roads and lanes on LSU's campus are still torn up for projects, with just a few weeks to go before classes begin.
The work has ripped up crosswalks on Dalrymple and other parts of the central campus, narrowing lanes and leaving construction crews in areas which will soon be crowded with students and vehicles.
Classes are scheduled to begin Aug. 26.
News 2's Rob Krieger will have more on what's being done and when it's expected to be finished tonight starting at 4 p.m.
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