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Florists in Haynesville, LA

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Haynesville LA News

Dec 30, 2015

Interstate 69 status will be subject of Monday afternoon meeting

El Dorado, and bypass the northwest area of El Dorado. It will cross U.S. 82 between El Dorado and Magnolia, and enter Louisiana just north of Haynesville. At present, the highway will cut through about 11 miles of Southwestern Columbia County, but no highway exits are planned in the county. The only portion of Interstate 69 currently under construction in Arkansas is bypass around Monticello, which will connect with an extension of Interstate 530 from Pine Bluff. (Magnoliareporter)

Dec 30, 2015

(With video) $1.2 billion for Great River Bridge needed to make Interstate 69 ...

Logansport, where the interstate will cross from Louisiana into Texas, are considering a similar move. The current cost estimate for the McGehee-Haynesville leg is $600 million. It will cost $900 million to build 110 miles of Interstate 69 across Northwest Louisiana. The State of Texas, meanwhile, is spending about $100 million annually to upgrade portions of U.S. 59 to interstate standards. Texas is not enthusiastic about spending money on the planned portion of Interstate 69 from Logansport to Tenaha, TX, LeComte said. Bossier City, LA Mayor Lo Walker said that until progress is made on the Great River Bridge, potential I-69 traffic will bypass South Arkansas and North Louisiana. Former AHTD director Dan Flowers asked Dr. David Rankin, chairman of the Golden Triangle Economic Development Council, to work with counterparts at the Southeast Arkansas Cornerstone Coalition as advocates for Great River Bridge funding. A follow-up meeting will be held in Southeast Arkansas with Arkansas and Mississippi highway leaders. (Magnoliareporter)