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                                                   LINWOOD BRIDGE REPLACEMENT PROJECT

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Your tax dollars are at work in Caddo Parish. February 15, 2018 Parish of Caddo Public Works bids their most recent project, Linwood Ave bridge just south of Southern Loop. The Parish of Caddo is committed to providing the most modern technology and infrastructure in Louisiana. This 13 span, precast bridge will allow construction to be expedited over the traditional cast-in place method. The project bid of $1.1M came in $300,000 under estimate and started in May. Detours can be expected for most of the summer.

Bridge and roads in Caddo Parish are the lifeline of resident’s travels and commerce. With these structures being in full load capacities all commercial and recreational travel will continue unrestricted. Reduced load capacities and posted bridges prohibit free commerce and cost the tax payers millions of dollars each year in additional freight and fee expenses. In 2018, Parish of Caddo Public Works has plans for the following projects in addition to this Linwood Ave Bridge Replacement; 43 miles of road rehabilitation and overlay, replacement of two bridges on Providence Rd, replacement of bridges on Pinehill Rd and Keithville Springridge Rd, and other smaller drainage projects throughout the Parish. These projects all put your tax dollars to work for a safer and brighter Caddo.

Motorists are encouraged to check the status of road construction conditions prior to beginning commutes and can access up-to-date information regarding Parish construction activities and other critical incidents at

The Parish of Caddo is committed to delivering transportation and public works systems that enhance our quality of life. In addition to more than 800 miles of roadway, Parish Public Works supports the 166 bridge and drainage infrastructures. Through this work, we are able to facilitate economic development, create job opportunities, improve critical evacuation routes, and make critical freight corridors safer and more efficient.