Louisiana Highway 93

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Louisiana Highway 93 marker

Louisiana Highway 93
Route information
Maintained by Louisiana DOTD
Length: 29.01 mi (46.69 km)
Major junctions
South end: US 167
North end: LA 31
Location
Parishes: St. Landry, Lafayette
Highway system

Louisiana Highway 93 (LA 93) is a 29.01 miles (46.69 km)-long state highway in Louisiana that serves Lafayette Parish and St. Landry Parish, extending from US 167 at the south end to Louisiana Highway 31 (LA 31) at the north end.[1][2]

Mileage[edit]

The highway begins at U.S. Route 167, and goes west. It changes direction to north after Louisiana Highway 342 ends, and when it reaches Scott, it combines with U.S. Route 90 and goes west. The highway then merges with Louisiana Highway 3168, and intersects with Interstate 10. It starts going northwest, intersecting Louisiana Highway 98, then enters St. Landry Parish. At Sunset, it intersects with Louisiana Highway 182. There, the highway turns northeast again, intersects with Interstate 49, and eventually ends at LA 31 near Arnaudville.

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