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DOTD I-69, SIU 15 Project Site

The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (DOTD), in cooperation with the Federal Highway Administration (FHWA), is conducting an environmental and location study to construct a section of the proposed Interstate Highway 69 (I69) in Bossier, Caddo, and DeSoto Parishes, Louisiana. This project will provide a divided, four-lane, limited access highway on new location between US Highway 171 (US 171) near the Town of Stonewall in DeSoto Parish, and Interstate Highway 20 (I20) near the Town of Haughton in Bossier Parish, a distance of approximately 35 miles.

The proposed highway is part of the I-69 Corridor, which will link Indianapolis, Indiana to the lower Rio Grande Valley in Texas. This study will provide the detailed and comprehensive environmental and engineering information necessary to develop specific highway alternatives.

Public involvement is an important part of the transportation decision-making process. This web site is one part of DOTDs ongoing efforts to inform the public of project developments and to solicit public comment. You can view meeting notices, read announcements, or contact the Study Team.

Your participation is encouraged and appreciated.


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  State Project No. 700-94-0003
  F.A.P. No. HPI-69-1(001)

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