Louisiana Highway 25

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Louisiana Highway 25 marker

Louisiana Highway 25
Route information
Maintained by Louisiana DOTD
Length: 39.00 mi (62.76 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 190 in Covington
  LA 40 in Folsom
LA 10 / LA 16 in Franklinton
LA 38 in rural Washington Parish
North end: MS 27 at the state line
Highway system
  • Louisiana Highway System
LA 24 LA 26

Louisiana Highway 25 (LA 25) is a state highway in Louisiana, USA, that serves Saint Tammany and Washington Parishes. It spans 35.61 miles (57.31 km) and is bannered north/south.

Route description[edit]

From the south, LA 25 begins at a junction with U.S. Highway 190 in Covington and heads due north through Saint Tammany Parish. In Saint Tammany, LA 25 intersects LA 40 in Folsom. LA 25 then enters Washington Parish, where it shortly merges with LA 10 and LA 16 in Franklinton. LA 25 splits with these highways after entering the city limits and then continues due north. LA 25 intersects LA 38 in a rural part of Washington Parish and then ends a few miles later at the Louisiana/Mississippi state line, where LA 25 becomes Mississippi Highway 27.

Major intersections[edit]

Parish Location Mile km Destinations Notes
St. Tammany Covington US 190 Southern terminus of LA 25
  LA 1078 west Eastern terminus of LA 1078
  LA 1077 west Eastern terminus of LA 1077
Folsom LA 40
  LA 450 north Southern terminus of LA 450
Washington   LA 16 west Southern end of LA 16 concurrency
Franklinton LA 10 west Western end of LA 10 concurrency
LA 10 east / LA 16 east Eastern end of LA 10 concurrency; northern end of LA 16 concurrency
  LA 38
  LA 438
  MS 27 north Mississippi state line
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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