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Bridge Closure on LA-3033 Both Directions near Guyton Rd. All Lanes Closed. Starting 1/20/2023 8:55 AM
DOTD provides update on Cheniere Lake dam and bridge project, Ouachita Parish WEST MONROE – Today, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development provided an update on the ongoing project to replace the Cheniere Lake bridge and spillway on LA 3033 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish. The $16.5 million project, which involved completely removing the existing spillway and previously connected bridge structures, is now nearing completion. The has contractor completed pouring the concrete approach slabs – which require a minimum 14 day curing time - for the new roadway that connects to the newly constructed bridge. Additionally, in the coming days as conditions allow, asphalt work on the roadway itself will begin. Other remaining work includes roadway striping, permanent signage, and barrier rail installation. The roadway striping is done using a material called thermoplastic and is weather dependent, and cannot be installed in temperatures below 50 degrees. It’s important to note that both the concrete barrier rail and asphalt operations are also strictly limited by weather. The contractor is working continuously in order to prepare to perform these operations as soon as all conditions are appropriate. DOTD anticipates being able to open the bridge on LA 3033 in late March 2024, with progress dependent on weather conditions. Cheniere Lake, which is managed by the Ouachita Parish Police Jury, is now full and water is flowing over the newly constructed weir. Please be reminded not to cross the buoy system that is in place, as the area inside this perimeter closer to the spillway is not considered safe for boating or swimming. For more information on the buoy system, please contact the OPPJ at (318) 327-1340. Additional information: Visit www.511la.org or download the Louisiana 511 mobile app for additional travel and road condition information. Motorists may also monitor the DOTD website at www.dotd.la.gov, sign up via email for MyDOTD notifications, a
Start Date: Jan 20, 8:55AM
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ID: ERS--47338

Roadwork

All Lanes Closed
Bridge Closure on LA-3033 Both Directions near Guyton Rd. All Lanes Closed. Starting 1/20/2023 8:55 AM
DOTD provides update on Cheniere Lake dam and bridge project, Ouachita Parish WEST MONROE – Today, the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development provided an update on the ongoing project to replace the Cheniere Lake bridge and spillway on LA 3033 in West Monroe, Ouachita Parish. The $16.5 million project, which involved completely removing the existing spillway and previously connected bridge structures, is now nearing completion. The has contractor completed pouring the concrete approach slabs – which require a minimum 14 day curing time - for the new roadway that connects to the newly constructed bridge. Additionally, in the coming days as conditions allow, asphalt work on the roadway itself will begin. Other remaining work includes roadway striping, permanent signage, and barrier rail installation. The roadway striping is done using a material called thermoplastic and is weather dependent, and cannot be installed in temperatures below 50 degrees. It’s important to note that both the concrete barrier rail and asphalt operations are also strictly limited by weather. The contractor is working continuously in order to prepare to perform these operations as soon as all conditions are appropriate. DOTD anticipates being able to open the bridge on LA 3033 in late March 2024, with progress dependent on weather conditions. Cheniere Lake, which is managed by the Ouachita Parish Police Jury, is now full and water is flowing over the newly constructed weir. Please be reminded not to cross the buoy system that is in place, as the area inside this perimeter closer to the spillway is not considered safe for boating or swimming. For more information on the buoy system, please contact the OPPJ at (318) 327-1340. Additional information: Visit www.511la.org or download the Louisiana 511 mobile app for additional travel and road condition information. Motorists may also monitor the DOTD website at www.dotd.la.gov, sign up via email for MyDOTD notifications, a
Start Date: Jan 20, 8:55AM
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ID: ERS--47338
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