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Road closures in Southwest Louisiana

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LAKE CHARLES, LA (KPLC) - The following is a list of road closures for Southwest Louisiana.

The information is provided by the state Department of Transportation and Development and the dates and times are subject to change.

CALCASIEU PARISH: Interstate 10 eastbound, from the Lakeshore Drive exit to the Opelousas Street exit, will be down to one lane from 8:30 a.m. to 12:30 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 13. Crews will be on the scene to perform repairs.

CALCASIEU PARISH: The LaFleur Beach/Prien Lake exit on Interstate 210 will be closed until January 2015. The closure is necessary so that crews can build a new exit ramp for the Cove Lane Interchange project. Eastbound traffic will be directed to the Nelson Road exit. Traffic on West Prien Lake Road will be routed to the Kiwanis Lane roundabout.

CALCASIEU PARISH:  The right lane of U.S. 171 Northbound at the Calcasieu River Bridge will be closed Tuesday, August 19 from 9-11 a.m.

CALCASIEU PARISH: Vinton Bigwoods Road will be closed Wednesday, August 20 at 7 a.m. through Friday, September 9 at 4 p.m. while repairs are made to the bridge near Robinson Cut-Off Road.

LAFAYETTE PARISH: Albertson Parkway between Groveland Drive and Hillbrooke Drive was closed for three months to allow for improvements to the drainage system in the Holiday Gardens area.

LAFAYETTE PARISH:
Ulinor Road at Hancock Road will be closed from Thursday, August 14 at 8 a.m. to Saturday, August 16 at 5 p.m. for the installation of a subsurface drainage culvert system, weather permitting.

ACADIA PARISH: The Acadia Parish Police Jury has advised that the bridge on Connie Road, west of Hwy 19 has been closed indefinitely to through traffic.

CAMERON PARISH:  Cameron Ferry No. 2 will be out of service on Saturday, August 16 from midnight to 4 a.m. for scheduled maintenance. The ferry will resume service, once the work is complete.

VERNON PARISH: Work will begin on Tuesday, September 2 on La. 399 to allow for the installation of subgrade lime treatment, an in-place cement stabilized base course and superpave asphaltic concrete overlay. The closure will last for approximately three months and will include the area of La. 399 from La. 10 to the Fort Polk Maintained Area.

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