Louisiana Highway 29

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Louisiana Highway 29 marker

Louisiana Highway 29
Route information
Maintained by Louisiana DOTD
Length: 54.19 mi (87.21 km)
Existed: 1955 renumbering – present
Major junctions
West end: Louisiana 13.svg LA 13 in Eunice
  US 167.svg US 167 in Ville Platte
I-49.svg I-49 in St. Landry Parish
US 71.svg US 71 in Bunkie
East end: Louisiana 114.svg LA 114 near Moreauville
Highway system
  • Louisiana Highway System
LA 28 LA 30

Louisiana Highway 29 (LA 29) is a state highway in Louisiana. It lasts 54.19 miles (87.21 km).

Route description[edit]

LA 29 begins at a junction with LA 13 in Eunice and then heads northeastward through St. Landry Parish and Evangeline. LA 29 runs through Chataignier and Ville Platte while in Evangeline Parish. Upon entering St. Landry Parish, LA 29 intersects Interstate 49 and then turns north into Avoyelles Parish, parallel to the interstate until it turns towards Bunkie, where LA 29 intersects U.S. Highway 71. LA 29 then runs through Evergreen and Cottonport and ends at a junction with LA 114 near Moreauville.

Ville Platte Spur Route[edit]


Louisiana Highway 29
Location: Ville Platte
Length: 0.13 mi (0.21 km)

Louisiana Highway 29 Spur (LA 29 Spur) is a 0.13-mile (0.21 km) highway in Ville Platte. It connects US 167 South to US 167 North, totaling one block long. LA 29 travels along US 167 North only, making the connector from US 167 South to LA 29 North a spur route. LA 29 Spur is signed only as LA 29 and TO I-49.

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