Updated at 11:00 a.m., Aug. 17

List list is constantly changing due to rising and falling water levels across a wide area.

For a full list of major road closures and to search by map, visit 511la.org

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Twitter: twitter.com/La_DOTD


I-12 is OPEN in both directions between Baton Rouge and the Louisiana-Mississippi line
All exits through Livingston Parish are open EXCEPT at Range in Denham Springs
I-10 is OPEN in both directions between Baton Rouge and New Orleans
US 61 (Airline Hwy) is CLOSED at LA-22 due to flooding
LA-30 (Gonzales) is CLOSED between US-61 (Airline) to I-10 due to flooding
I-10 WEST is CLOSED from I-49 (Lafayette) to LA-95 (Duson)
I-10 WEST is CLOSED from LA-35 (Rayne) to LA-26 (Jennings)
I-10 EAST is CLOSED from US-165 (Kinder exit) to LA-13 (Crowley)
I-10 is CLOSED in both directions between US 165 and I-49

Louisiana State Police have started towing cars that were stranded on Interstate 12. The cars are being towed at no charge to their owners. Motorists can call the LSP hotline to receive additional information about retrieving their abandoned cars. Those numbers are (225) 922-0444 or (225) 922-0447.

RELATED: Cars stranded on I-12 towed for free by State Police


Ascension Parish is updating Road Closures on their Facebook Page: https://www.facebook.com/AscensionSheriff

The latest post was published at 9:50 a.m.


*All major highways in the Denham Springs area are now open for driving.
*Dusk until dawn curfew still in place parish wide.
*Call 225-686-3996 for EMERGENCIES ONLY. This number is not to file claims.


As road conditions are continually changing across South Louisiana due to flood waters, Troopers urge citizens and travelers to utilize the Louisiana Traveler Information System through several different methods including the 511 phone system, www.511la.org, Louisiana 511 app, LA DOTD Twitter accounts, and the “Way to Geaux” smartphone application. Depending on the method utilized, the traveler information system allows access to valuable resources such as current road reports on closures, detours, flooded routes, real-time traffic camera views, and traffic congestion.

For smartphone users, the Louisiana 511 app is a particularly useful tool to stay informed on road conditions in your area.

Apple App Store:
Louisiana 511 by Castle Rock

Google play store:

Motorists that witness hazardous road conditions and/or reckless drivers are urged to call *LSP (*577) and report that activity to the nearest Louisiana State Police Troop headquarters.