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Post Date:June 27, 2017 10:07 a.m.
DISCLAIMER: Please note the below list is valid for the time of posting and is subject to change / update.

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Parish Closures

Up the Bayou Road in Des Allemands is closed between Pump Lane and Cortez Lane while construction is being performed on the Cortez Pump Station. Alternate route: Ridge Road to Tregle Lane to Up the Bayou Road.

The Bonnet Carre' Spillway Road (from Norco to Montz) has been closed until further notice due to high water.

State Closures

Both directions LA 48 (River Rd.) between the I-310 and Ormond Blvd in Destrehan, will have a single lane closure with flagging operation and shoulder work on Monday, June 26 through Friday, June 30 from 8:30 am to 3:00 each day for crews to perform drainage, concreate work and Asphalt patching and widening. This closure will allow vehicles 12-feet wide or smaller to pass through the construction zone. Road is open for regular traffic.

BUNGE Closures

Starting on June 6 and completing by July 3 the Bunge facility will be dismantling the 2000-ton crane in front of their facility. During this time Jonathan St. access to River Road will be closed as well as the Gate into the Bunge Facility.

Bunge will be utilizing Modoc St to Amie St to the side entrance off Jonathan St. for deliveries and vehicle access into the plant. All access to the Parish Wastewater facility and the Entergy substation will need to utilize the same route.

There will be an increased volume of trucks on River Road due to the 93 trucks needed to haul away the crane. During high volume days, they will enlist the help of SCP Sheriff’s Dept. for traffic control if needed.

Any questions contact Alan Kyle, Construction Manager / Bunge NA (314) 210-5207 (985)-725-8215 

DOTD appreciates your patience and reminds you to please drive with caution through the construction/maintenance site and be on the lookout for work crews and their equipment.

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