Louisiana Highway 182

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Louisiana Highway 182 marker

Louisiana Highway 182
Route of LA 182 highlighted in red
Route information
Maintained by Louisiana DOTD
Length: 173.41 mi[1] (279.08 km)
Existed: 1955 renumbering – present
Major junctions
Northwest end: LA 29 in Whiteville
 

I‑49 north of Washington
US 167 in Nuba
US 190 in Opelousas
I‑49 / US 167 north of Carencro
I‑10 / US 90 / US 167 in Lafayette
US 90 in Broussard
US 90 in Morgan City
US 90 south of Raceland

LA 1 in Raceland
Southeast end: US 90 north of Raceland
Location
Parishes: St. Landry, Lafayette, St. Martin, Iberia, St. Mary, Assumption, Terrebonne, Lafourche
Highway system
  • Louisiana Highway System
LA 181 LA 183

Louisiana Highway 182 (LA 182) is a state highway located in central and southeastern Louisiana. It runs 173.41 miles (279.08 km)[1] in a northwest to southeast direction from LA 29 in Whiteville to U.S. Highway 90 (US 90) north of Raceland.

Along the way, the highway serves the cities of Opelousas, Lafayette, New Iberia, Morgan City, and Houma. LA 182 is generally bannered as a north–south highway north of Lafayette (where it largely parallels US 167) and as an east–west highway from Lafayette to Raceland (where it parallels US 90). Today, most of LA 182 follows the previous alignments of US 90 and US 167 before their re-routing onto newer four-lane alignments. Additionally, the former US 90 alignment between Lafayette and Raceland was once part of the earlier Old Spanish Trail and is still known as such in many places along the route.

Route description[edit]

Whiteville to Lafayette[edit]

From the northwest, LA 182 begins at an intersection with LA 29 in an area of northern St. Landry Parish known as Whiteville. It proceeds in a southeast direction to an intersection with LA 10 in Beggs. Here the two highways turn to the south and begin a concurrency, passing through an interchange with I-49 south of Macland. In Washington, LA 182 and LA 10 intersect LA 103, which heads to Ville Platte to the west. In Nuba, the concurrency with LA 10 ends at an intersection with US 167 as LA 10 turns west to follow US 167. Just to the east, US 167 joins I-49 through Opelousas to Lafayette.[2][3][4][5]

In Opelousas, LA 182 intersects US 190 on its path between Eunice and Krotz Springs. South of Opelousas and an area known as Shuteston, LA 182 turns to the east into Sunset and the adjacent Grand Coteau. Here it intersects LA 93, which connects LA 182 to I-49/US 167 just to the east and proceeds toward Arnaudville. LA 182 crosses over I-49/US 167 with ramps to frontage roads that connect to the LA 93 interchange. Just after exiting Grand Coteau, LA 182 turns to the southeast and crosses into Lafayette Parish.[2][3][4][5]

Soon after crossing the parish line, LA 182 intersects I-49 (still concurrent with US 167) once more and turns to the south through Carencro. LA 182 curves to the southeast, enters the city of Lafayette, and intersects I-10 between Lake Charles on the west and Baton Rouge on the east.[2][5][6]

Lafayette to Morgan City[edit]

Nearing downtown Lafayette, LA 182 intersects US 90 (Cameron Street) and begins a concurrency with US 90 Business along University Avenue. From this point to the remainder of its route, LA 182 follows the former alignment of US 90.[2][5][6]

At Johnston Street, LA 182 and US 90 Business intersect US 167, which is now separated from I-49 and runs southwest to Abbeville. A few blocks later, US 90 Business turns northeast onto Pinhook Road to rejoin US 90. Meanwhile, LA 182 turns southwest and follows the same thoroughfare, curving southeast out of Lafayette and into Broussard. Here LA 182 intersects LA 89-1 connecting to Youngsville just to the south. Nearing the parish line, LA 182 approaches US 90 and runs alongside it briefly. It then crosses US 90 via an interchange and intersects LA 96 to St. Martinville, turning southeast along the BNSF/Union Pacific Railroad tracks into St. Martin Parish.[2][5][6]

LA 182 passes briefly through the southwest corner of St. Martin Parish, intersecting LA 92-1 in an area known as Cade. It then crosses into Iberia Parish, immediately intersecting LA 88. LA 182 enters New Iberia and separates to follow St. Peter Street eastbound and Main Street westbound throughout the city limits. It intersects a number of state highways, including LA 86, which follows Bayou Teche north to Loreauville, and LA 14, which proceeds west through Delcambre to Abbeville. LA 182 also begins to parallel Bayou Teche out of New Iberia, through Jeanerette, and into St. Mary Parish.[2][5][7]

In St. Mary Parish, LA 182 passes through Baldwin and Franklin, cutting across some wide bends in Bayou Teche. In Baldwin, LA 182 intersects LA 83, which heads west to Cypremort Point. Southeast of Franklin at a point known as Calumet, LA 182 briefly joins US 90 across the Wax Lake Outlet bridge. Splitting from US 90, LA 182 proceeds along Bayou Teche and the Lower Atchafalaya River through Patterson, Bayou Vista, and Berwick with no state highway junctions. In Berwick, LA 182 again connects with US 90 but maintains its own parallel bridge crossing over the Lower Atchafalaya River/Berwick Bay into Morgan City.[2][5][8][9]

Morgan City to Raceland[edit]

In Morgan City, LA 182 proceeds briefly along Brashear Avenue then curves south through an interchange with US 90 and an intersection with LA 70 (9th Street). Here the route becomes co-signed as US 90 Business out of Morgan City and into Assumption Parish. After crossing Bayou Boeuf, LA 182 passes briefly through the southern tip of Assumption Parish. The concurrency with US 90 Business ends at an intersection with LA 662 just inside the parish line as US 90 Business heads north on that highway to reconnect with its parent route.[2][5][9]

After crossing into Terrebonne Parish, LA 182 intersects LA 20, which heads toward Schriever and Thibodaux. Here, in an area known as Gibson, LA 182 turns to the southeast away from US 90, which bypasses Houma to the north. LA 182 follows a long stretch of Bayou Black into Houma where it turns north across the bayou at an intersection with LA 315. The highway continues through Houma on Barrow Street and crosses Bayou Terrebonne, where it makes a jog onto New Orleans Boulevard via a brief concurrency with LA 24, Houma's main thoroughfare. LA 182 follows New Orleans Boulevard north out of town and crosses into Lafourche Parish.[2][10][11][12]

Just south of Raceland, LA 182 engages in an interchange with US 90 and continues north into town. Reaching Bayou Lafourche, LA 182 turns east briefly onto LA 1 before turning north and crossing the bayou. The highway reaches its end at a final junction with US 90, which continues northeast toward New Orleans.[2][12][13]

History[edit]

The original route of LA 182 as designated in the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering included only the northernmost section from LA 29 in Whiteville to LA 10 in Beggs. It was subsequently extended southeast over former sections of US 167 and US 90 bypassed by newer, four-lane alignments (built under the temporary designation of LA 3052). The upgraded US 167 was later absorbed into the southernmost part of I-49.

The first extension of LA 182 occurred about 1962 when US 167 was shifted onto a new four-lane alignment between Opelousas and Sunset. Around 1965, this alignment was extended south from Sunset to Lafayette (as US 167) and from Lafayette to Broussard (as US 90). At this time, a section of US 90 west of Morgan City was bypassed. LA 182 now continued south from Sunset along former US 167 to Lafayette, along former US 90 to Broussard, and was co-signed with US 90 to Calumet. Here, LA 182 split from US 90 to follow the two bends of Bayou Teche that had been bypassed between Calumet and Berwick. The intervening section of US 90 was gradually re-routed over the next two decades onto its current alignment as follows:

  • From Broussard to LA 88 northwest of New Iberia about 1967
  • From LA 88 to LA 14 in New Iberia about 1969
  • From LA 14 to LA 85 near Jeanerette about 1971
  • From LA 85 to LA 316 east of Jeanerette by 1976
  • From LA 316 to LA 83 in Baldwin by 1979
  • From LA 83 to LA 182 at Calumet about 1981

Meanwhile, the US 90 bypass of Raceland was opened in 1978 with the old alignment becoming LA 3198 and LA 3199. LA 182 replaced these routes upon its final extension in 1999 with the completion of the US 90 freeway between Morgan City and Raceland.

Major intersections[edit]

Parish Location mi[2] km Destinations Notes
St. Landry Whiteville 0.0 0.0 LA 29 – Bunkie, Ville Platte Northwestern terminus
Beggs 12.4 20.0 LA 10 east – Lebeau North end of LA 10 concurrency
Macland 13.9 22.4 LA 745 (Thistlethwaite Boy Scout Camp Road) Northern terminus of LA 745
  14.9 24.0 I‑49 – Opelousas, Alexandria Exit 27 on I-49
  16.8 27.0 LA 745 Southern terminus of LA 745
Washington 17.0 27.4 LA 103 (West DeJean Street, St. Landry Veterans Memorial Highway) – Grand Prairie, Port Barre
Nuba 19.3 31.1 US 167 / LA 10 west – Lafayette, Ville Platte South end of LA 10 concurrency
Opelousas 23.2 37.3 US 190 (Landry Street, Vine Street) – Baton Rouge, Eunice
24.2 38.9 LA 31 (Creswell Lane) – Leonville, Arnaudville Northern terminus of LA 31
  27.1 43.6 LA 3233 (Harry Guilbeau Road) to I‑49 – Opelousas, Lafayette Western terminus of LA 3233
  29.4 47.3 LA 358 – Lewisburg Eastern terminus of LA 358
Shuteston 30.7 49.4 LA 178 – Church Point, Lewisburg
  31.6 50.9 LA 754 Eastern terminus of LA 754
Sunset 32.9 52.9 LA 93 south (Sunset Strip) North end of LA 93 concurrency
33.0 53.1 LA 178 (Pershing Highway) Eastern terminus of LA 178
33.5 53.9 LA 93 east to I‑49 – Arnaudville, Opelousas, Lafayette South end of LA 93 concurrency; Exit 11 on I-49
33.7 54.2 I‑49 / US 167 – Opelousas, Lafayette Indirect access to I-49/US 167 via frontage roads to Exit 11
SunsetGrand Coteau line 34.9 56.2 LA 760-2 (Bellemin Street) – Grand Coteau Southern terminus of LA 760-2
Lafayette   37.7 60.7 I‑49 / US 167 – Lafayette, Opelousas Exit 7 on I-49
Carencro 40.8 65.7 LA 726 (Veterans Drive) to I‑49 – Lafayette, Opelousas Western terminus of LA 726
42.6 68.6 LA 98 (Gloria Switch Road) to I‑49 – Lafayette, Opelousas
Lafayette 45.7 73.5 LA 725 (Renaud Drive) Eastern terminus of LA 725
45.9 73.9 I‑10 – Baton Rouge, Lake Charles Exit 101 on I-10
47.3 76.1 US 90 (Cameron Street) – Crowley-Rayne, New Iberia

US 90 Bus. (University Avenue)
Western terminus of US 90 Business; west end of US 90 Business concurrency
48.7 78.4 US 167 (Johnston Street) – Opelousas, Abbeville
49.4 79.5
US 90 Bus. east (West Pinhook Road)
East end of US 90 Business concurrency
50.1 80.6 LA 3025 (South College Road) Southeastern termimus of LA 3025
50.5 81.3 Bridge over Vermilion River
52.1 83.8 LA 339 (Verot School Road) Northern terminus of LA 339
53.5 86.1 LA 89-1 (Youngsville Highway, Southpark Road) – Youngsville
Broussard 55.4 89.2
LA 731 Spur (North Morgan Avenue)
Southern terminus of LA 731 Spur
56.0 90.1 LA 731 (East 2nd Street) Southern terminus of LA 731
57.0 91.7 US 90 – Lafayette, New Iberia Interchange
57.5 92.5 LA 96 (Terrace Highway) – St. Martinville Western terminus of LA 96
St. Martin Cade 61.1 98.3 LA 92-1 (Smede Highway) – Youngsville, St. Martinville
Iberia Burke 63.5 102.2 LA 88 (Coteau Road) – Youngsville Eastern terminus of LA 88
Segura 66.2 106.5 LA 674 (Kiper Road) Western terminus of LA 3212
New Iberia 67.6 108.8 LA 677 (North Landry Drive) Western terminus of LA 677
68.3 109.9 LA 31 (Chestnut Street) – St. Martinville Southern terminus of LA 31
68.5 110.2 LA 675 (South Hopkins Street) – Jefferson Island Eastern terminus of LA 675
68.7 110.6 LA 3156 (Jefferson Street) Southwestern terminus of LA 3156
69.1 111.2 LA 86 (Bridge Street) – Loreauville Southern terminus of LA 86
69.2 111.4 LA 14 west (Center Street) – Abbeville Eastern terminus of LA 14
70.0 112.7
LA 87 Spur (North Lewis Avenue)
Southwestern terminus of LA 87 Spur
  71.6 115.2 LA 3195 Southern terminus of LA 3195
Olivier 73.3 118.0 LA 320 (Belle Place Olivier Road) – Morbihan, Loreauville Southern terminus of LA 320
Jeanerette 78.9 127.0 LA 3182 (Bayside Street) Southwestern terminus of LA 3182
79.0 127.1 LA 85 (Hubertville Road) Eastern terminus of LA 85
80.4 129.4 LA 671 north (Lewis Street) West end of LA 671 concurrency
80.5 129.6 LA 671 south (Canal Street) East end of LA 671 concurrecy
St. Mary Sorrel 83.6 134.5 LA 318 – Cypremort Northern terminus of LA 318
Adeline 85.7 137.9 LA 670 Southern terminus of LA 670
Baldwin 89.2 143.6 LA 83 – Cypremort Eastern terminus of LA 83
89.4 143.9 LA 326 (Charenton Road) – Charenton Southern terminus of LA 326
Franklin 92.7 149.2 LA 3211 (Northwest Boulevard) Northeastern terminus of LA 3211
93.8 151.0 LA 322 (Sterling Road) Western terminus of LA 322
94.5 152.1 LA 3069 (Willow Street) Western terminus of LA 3069
Garden City 97.7 157.2 LA 3215 Northern terminus of LA 3215
Centerville 99.7 160.5 LA 317 Northern terminus of LA 317
  105.1 169.1 US 90 west – New Iberia West end of US 90 concurrency
Calumet 105.8 170.3 Bridge over Wax Lake Outlet
106.6 171.6 US 90 east – Morgan City East end of US 90 concurrency
Bayou Vista 113.9 183.3 To US 90 Unmarked connection between US 90 frontage road (LA 182) and US 90 within state right-of-way
114.2 183.8 To US 90 Unmarked connection between US 90 frontage road (LA 182) and US 90 within state right-of-way
Berwick 119.9 193.0 US 90 – Morgan City, New Iberia Interchange
BerwickMorgan City line 120.2 193.4 Bridge over Lower Atchafalaya River / Berwick Bay
Morgan City 120.9 194.6 Federal Avenue to US 90
121.4 195.4 US 90 – Houma, New Iberia


US 90 Bus.

LA 70 (9th Street) – Donaldsonville, Pierre Part
Interchange; western terminus of US 90 Business and LA 70; west end of US 90 Business concurrency
Assumption Boeuf 129.0 207.6
US 90 Bus.
LA 662 – Labadieville
East end of US 90 Business concurrency
Terrebonne Zacarter 132.0 212.4 LA 662 to US 90 – Morgan City, Houma Eastern terminus of LA 662
Gibson 134.9 217.1 LA 20 east – Thibodaux, Schriever Western terminus of LA 20
Houma 156.1 251.2 LA 315 – Theriot
LA 3197 (Bayou Black Drive)
Northern terminus of LA 315; southwestern terminus of LA 3197
156.5 251.9 LA 311 / LA 312 (Little Bayou Black Drive)
LA 3197 (Bayou Black Drive)
Southern terminus of LA 311 and LA 312; northeastern terminus of LA 3197
157.3 253.1 LA 3040 (Honduras Street, Bond Street)
157.9 254.1 LA 24 west (Main Street, Park Avenue) – Thibodaux, Schriever West end of LA 24 concurrency
158.1 254.4 LA 24 east (Main Street, Park Avenue) – Larose East end of LA 24 concurrency
  160.4 258.1 LA 660 (Coteau Road)
Lafourche Savoie 161.8 260.4 LA 316 (Bayou Blue Road) – Gray, Bourg
  162.7 261.8 LA 3087 Northern terminus of LA 3087
  165.9 267.0 US 90 – New Orleans, Morgan City Exit 210 on US 90
  167.4 269.4 LA 653 Northern terminus of LA 653
Raceland 168.1 270.5 LA 652 (Buford Street) Northern terminus of LA 652
169.5 272.8 LA 1 north – Thibodaux West end of LA 1 concurrency
170.0 273.6 LA 1 south – Grand Isle East end of LA 1 concurrency
170.1 273.7 LA 308 – Thibodaux, Lockport
173.3 278.9 LA 307 – Bayou Boeuf Southern terminus of LA 307
  173.9 279.9 US 90 – New Orleans, Morgan City Southeastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

References[edit]

  1. ^ a b "La DOTD GIS". Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. 2013. Retrieved July 25, 2013. 
  2. ^ a b c d e f g h i j k Microsoft; Nokia (November 9, 2012). "Map of LA 182" (Map). Bing Maps. Microsoft. Retrieved November 9, 2012.  Check date values in: |date=, |accessdate= (help)
  3. ^ a b St. Landry Parish (West Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  4. ^ a b St. Landry Parish (East Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  5. ^ a b c d e f g h District 03: Official Control Section Map / Construction and Maintenance (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  6. ^ a b c Lafayette Parish (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  7. ^ Iberia Parish (Northwest Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  8. ^ St. Mary Parish (Northwest Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  9. ^ a b St. Mary Parish (Northeast Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  10. ^ Terrebonne Parish (Northwest Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  11. ^ Terrebonne Parish (Northeast Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  12. ^ a b District 02: Official Control Section Map / Construction and Maintenance (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 
  13. ^ Lafourche Parish (Northwast Section) (PDF) (Map). Cartography by La DOTD Office of Multimodal Planning. Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. February 2012. Retrieved July 30, 2013. 

External links[edit]

Route map: Bing