BATON ROUGE, La. (May 11, 2022) — The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) today released a digital information hub on the new Mississippi River South Bridge and I-10 connectors to complete a south loop/bypass. The hub houses information on the Louisiana Department of Transportation & Development’s (LaDOTD) South Bridge Project, including descriptions of connector routes, costs and funding, the timing and process, plus more. The page can be accessed at brac.org/bridge.
“A new Baton Rouge Area bridge is finally a near-term opportunity, and we want the community to be informed on the process,” said Adam Knapp, president and CEO of BRAC. “Addressing the Capital Region’s transportation crisis is not solely a business priority; it is a community-wide issue that drains area commuters of time and money. With a new bridge closer to reality than ever before, we want our communities to have the facts on project pace, funding goals, and the next steps.”
The digital hub seeks to answer the community’s repeated questions on the plausibility of a new Mississippi River Bridge. Through facts, research, and solidified timelines, the hub details the tangible progress of a new bridge.
BRAC is regularly updating brac.org/bridge with the latest information.
About the Baton Rouge Area Chamber
The Baton Rouge Area Chamber (BRAC) is an aggressively ambitious regional economic development organization with a bias for action. BRAC seeks to push Baton Rouge beyond the status quo, unleash its potential, and support a vibrant business community that believes the finish line does not exist. BRAC seeks to accelerate economic opportunity in the Baton Rouge Area, for everyone, through BRING IT! Baton Rouge, its five-year, regional strategic plan. Learn more about BRAC at brac.org.