BATON ROUGE – A challenge introduced via DOTD just about a 12 months in the past is definitely underway, striking building crews at many primary intersections in Baton Rouge.
The three-phase, $10 million challenge will exchange 229 site visitors alerts with new ones that come with flashing yellow lighting. These new alerts are believed to scale back crashes and stay site visitors from build up unnecessarily, which can receive advantages drivers when the I-10 widening challenge starts.
“Baton Rouge is striking some huge cash into site visitors alerts to take a look at to get site visitors flowing higher right through the town,” stated Donald Harper, proprietor of Snyper Electric and Drilling.
The intersection of Old Hammond and Tara Boulevard can have intermittent lane closures in all instructions day-to-day starting April 4. The closures will happen between 9 a.m. and three p.m. Monday via Friday till paintings is whole.
More intersections are set to be labored on beginning Tuesday at 9 a.m.:
-I-10 at College Drive
-Jefferson Highway at Bluebonnet Boulevard
-Essen Lane at Perkins Road
-Nicholson Drive at Skip Bertman Drive
Those closures will happen Tuesday via Friday from 9 a.m. to a few p.m.
DOTD says paintings on all 229 alerts is predicted to be whole in 2026.