Louisiana Highway 1087
|Maintained by Louisiana DOTD|
|Length:||2.31 mi (3.72 km)|
|Existed:||1955 – 2008|
|West end:||East Causeway Approach in Mandeville|
|East end:||US 190 / LA 59 in Mandeville|
Louisiana Highway 1087 (LA 1087) was a state highway in Louisiana that served St. Tammany Parish. It spanned 2.31 miles (3.72 km) in a southwest to northeast direction. It was known locally as Monroe Street and Girod Street.
From the southwest, LA 1087 began at the East Causeway Approach in Mandeville, just north of the Lake Pontchartrain Causeway. As Monroe Street, LA 1087 headed eastward through downtown Mandeville until it met Girod Street. At that point, the highway turned northward until towards its terminus at the intersection of LA 1087, LA 59 (which is Girod Street north of US 190), and US 190 (Florida Street).
LA 1087 was turned back to city control recently, and is no longer signed or appears on state maps.
LA 1087 was an undivided, two-lane road for its entire length. Before the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering, LA 1087 was partially signed as State Route 1783. The section that exists along Girod Street was signed as LA 1783, while the section along Monroe Street was a city route.
|0.00||0.00||East Causeway Approach|
|2.31||3.72||US 190 (Florida Street) / LA 59 (Girod Street)|
|1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi