Louisiana Highway 3132 (LA 3132) is a state highway in Shreveport, Louisiana, named the "Terry Bradshaw Passway" and more commonly known as the Inner Loop Expressway. It spans approximately 10 miles (16 km) and acts as a bypass to the south and west of downtown Shreveport.
Route description 
From the east, the Inner Loop Expressway begins at a junction with LA 523 and heads due west. The Expressway then intersects LA 526, Interstate 49, and U.S. Highway 171 before turning northward. The Inner Loop Expressway then ends at a junction with Interstate 20 and becomes Interstate 220 north of the interstate.
Prior to the expansion of I-49 through Shreveport, LA 3132 served as the main connector from I-49 to I-20.
On November 10, 2005, the highway was officially named the "Terry Bradshaw Passway."
LA 3132 is being extended eastward to intersect Louisiana Highway 1, which lies approximately 2 miles (3.2 km) from the current terminus.
Exit List 
The entire highway is in Shreveport, Caddo Parish.
External links 
Route map: Google / Bing