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Baton Rouge Leaders Press Case for New, $1 Billion Mississippi River Bridge

The Advocate (Baton Rouge) reports that a chamber of commerce CEO remarked at a gubernatorial task force hearing last week that Louisiana needs needs at least $600 million more annually for transportation and Baton Rouge needs a new Mississippi River Bridge to contend with the “cancer” that is traffic congestion. State transportation chief Shawn Wilson reportedly […] The post Baton Rouge Leaders Press Case for New, $1 Billion Mississippi River Bridge appeared first on Toll Roads News.
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