BRAC lauds plan to rebuild, widen ‘worst traffic chokepoint’ in Baton Rouge

Drivers head westbound in rush hour traffic on Interstate 10 toward downtown Baton Rouge, La., Monday, March 20, 2006. Since Hurricane Katrina, traffic in the greater Baton Rouge area has increased, causing tie-ups at all times of the day, not just at rush hour. (AP Photo/ Liz Condo)

A large swath of Interstate 10 between the Mississippi River Bridge and the I-10/I-12 split is set to be rebuilt and widened as part of a $600 million infrastructure package that will be announced tod…

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