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Traffic cameras now available in Lafayette, Lake Charles

The new traffic cameras can be viewed by visiting www.dotd.la.gov. In the Lake Charles area, DOTD has placed cameras in the following locations:
  • I-10 at U.S. 171
  • I-10 at I-210
  • I-10 at U.S. 165
  • I-210 at U.S. 90

Traffic related information provided by Louisiana for Lake Charles

Traffic cameras for South west and South east areas may be viewed from the 511 site. Out-of-state travelers can access the system by calling 1-888-ROAD-511 (1-888-762-3511)
Travelers have the option of accessing road and travel conditions using the Web at www.511la.org or by dialing 511 on their cellular phones or from their land lines.
In Louisiana, Lake Charles is administered by Troop D category police, contacted through 888 225-5577.

Information on Lake Charles Highways

Interstate 10

Passes through Lake Charles thereby linking Lake Charles with New Orleans in the east and Houston in the west.
I-10 Bridge goes over as part of the lake through which it shares the common name with Lake Charles and Calcasieu River.

Interstate 210

An interstate highway bypasses that moves through the southern areas of the city.
Both the ends of I-210 meet with I-10.

U.S. Highway 90

One among the major U.S. Highways in the southern United States
Highway 90 passes through southern Louisiana, serving Lake Charles, Lafayette, New Iberia, Morgan City and New Orleans.

U.S. Highway 171 -

This connects the city to the north with Moss Bluff, DeRidder and Shreveport.
Its southern boundary is in Lake Charles at an intersection with U.S. Route 90.

U.S. Highway 165 -

Passes through the states of Louisiana and Arkansas.
This highway ends at Interstate 10, which is to the east of Lake Charles, Louisiana.

U.S. Highway 165 -

Highway 14 is also called as "The Four Lane".
This begins at a junction with U.S. Route 90 in Lake Charles thereby intersecting I-210 before parting the city limits.
Another major road way is the Ryan Street, which runs from north to south on by connecting to the southern portions of the city.

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