Deadline to participate in I-10 Corridor Improvements Survey ends Monday
Friday, June 12, 2015 at 8:58:56 AM
BATON ROUGE- The Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development (DOTD) and the Providence Engineering Team are reminding Baton Rouge area residents that the deadline for the I-10 Corridor Improvement Study online survey is Monday, June 15.

So far more than 12,400 residents have given their input.

The I-10 Corridor Improvement Study is designed to address traffic issues and possible enhancements along I-10 through the core of Baton Rouge. The goal of the study is to develop solutions based on input from the broader community and other stakeholders in response to clearly defined traffic problems.

This study is the first step in determining the feasibility of any improvements to the area of I-10 between West Baton Rouge (LA 415 interchange) to the I-10/I-12 split (to Essen Lane interchange on both I-10 and I-12). DOTD will work with community residents, businesses, commuters, industries and legislators to gather ideas for improving the corridor through an open dialogue for community input.

In the coming months, a series of public meetings will follow the surveys to collect additional ideas on the topic of corridor improvements along this section of I-10. The survey can be completed at

These surveys will solicit input that is helpful to the planning team and supplement scientific polling being conducted. Should participants have questions regarding the survey or require technical assistance, they can call 225-768-9060.