List of state highways in Louisiana (400–449)

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The following is a list of state highways in the U.S. state of Louisiana designated in the 400-449 range.


Louisiana Highway 400[edit]

Louisiana Highway 400
Location: Assumption Parish
Length: 5.73 mi[1] (9.22 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 400 (LA 400) runs 5.73 miles (9.22 km) in an east–west direction from a local road northeast of Attakapas Landing to LA 1 north of Supreme, Assumption Parish.

From the west, LA 400 begins at the east end of the Cancienne Canal Bridge, continuing the path of a local road that begins at a junction with LA 401). It continues eastward and intersects LA 1011 and LA 1010 before ending at a junction with LA 1.

LA 400 is an undivided, two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire highway is in Assumption Parish.

Location mi km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 Begin state maintenance at Cancienne Canal Bridge Western terminus
  1.8 2.9 LA 1011 east
Percle 4.3 6.9 LA 1010
  5.8 9.3 LA 1 Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 406[edit]

Louisiana Highway 406
Location: Belle ChasseStanton
Length: 5.87 mi[1] (9.45 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 406 (LA 406) runs 5.87 miles (9.45 km) in a north–south direction from LA 23 in Belle Chasse, Plaquemines Parish to a local road at Stanton within the city limits of New Orleans, Orleans Parish.[2] The route serves as a secondary access route for Belle Chasse and Plaquemines Parish.

From the southwest, LA 406 begins at an intersection with LA 23 in Belle Chasse. It then runs northward along the east bank of the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway, entering Orleans Parish (co-extensive with the city of New Orleans), reentering Plaquemines Parish, and reentering Orleans Parish for a final time. It intersects LA 407 via a bridge over the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. LA 406 then passes the English Turn community and becomes known as River Road/Patterson Drive before ending at an intersection with Stanton Road. River Road continues as a local road until reaching the U.S. Coast Guard Station.

LA 406 is an undivided, two-lane highway from LA 23 to a point south of LA 407. The route then expands to a divided four-lane road at the LA 407 interchange before reverting to an undivided, two-lane road from north of LA 407 to Stanton Road.


Parish Location mi[2] km Destinations Notes
Plaquemines Belle Chasse 0.0 0.0 LA 23 (Belle Chasse Highway) – New Orleans Southern terminus
Orleans
No major junctions
Plaquemines
No major junctions
Orleans New Orleans 2.7 4.3 LA 407 north (Woodland Highway) – New Orleans Southern terminus of LA 407
6.0 9.7 Stanton Road Northern terminus; also known as Stanton
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 407[edit]

Louisiana Highway 407
Location: New Orleans
Length: 2.55 mi[1] (4.10 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 407 (LA 407) runs 2.55 miles (4.10 km) in a north–south direction from LA 406 to LA 428 in New Orleans, Orleans Parish.[2] It is known locally as Woodland Highway, Woodland Drive and General DeGaulle Drive.

From the south, LA 407 begins at an intersection with LA 406 at the foot of a bridge over the Gulf Intracoastal Waterway. The northern continuation of Woodland Highway heads westerly and briefly travels into Plaquemines Parish before reentering Orleans Parish (co-extensive with the city of New Orleans) as it crosses the canal. On the other side, LA 406 intersects Woodland Drive/General DeGaulle Drive. LA 407 turns northward onto Woodland Drive and continues until a terminus at LA 428 (General Meyer Avenue).

LA 407 is a divided four-lane highway from LA 406 to General DeGaulle Drive and an undivided four-lane highway from General DeGaulle Drive to LA 428.


Parish Location mi[2] km Destinations Notes
Orleans New Orleans 0.0 0.0 LA 406 (Woodland Highway) – Belle Chasse Southern terminus
Plaquemines
No major junctions
Orleans New Orleans 0.7 1.1 Bridge over Gulf Intracoastal Waterway
2.5 4.0 LA 428 (General Meyer Avenue) Northern terminus of LA 407 and LA 428
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 408[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 408

Louisiana Highway 408
Location: Baton RougeGreenwell Springs
Length: 12.28 mi[1] (19.76 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 409[edit]

Louisiana Highway 409
Location: Indian MoundBlairstown
Length: 11.26 mi[1] (18.12 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 409 (LA 409) runs 11.26 miles (18.12 km) in a north–south direction from LA 37/LA 64 in Central, East Baton Rouge Parish to LA 959 at Blairstown, East Feliciana Parish.[3]

From the south, LA 409 begins at a junction with LA 64 in an area of Central known as Indian Mound. LA 409 proceeds northward on Liberty Road through northeastern East Baton Rouge Parish until the community of Pride. At that point, Liberty Road meets Port Hudson-Pride Road (to the west) and Pride-Baywood Road (to the east). LA 409 turns east briefly onto Pride-Baywood Road before turning north again onto Riley Road. It continues into East Feliciana Parish before ending at a junction with LA 959 in a rural location south of Clinton.

LA 409 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.


Parish Location mi[3] km Destinations Notes
East Baton Rouge Central 0.0 0.0 LA 64 (Greenwell Springs-Port Hudson Road/Liberty Road) Southern terminus
East Feliciana Blairstown 11.3 18.2 LA 959 – Blairstown, Bluff Creek Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 410[edit]

Louisiana Highway 410
Location: Central
Length: 8.16 mi[1] (13.13 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 410 (LA 410) runs 8.16 miles (13.13 km) in a north–south direction along Blackwater Road from LA 408 to LA 64 in Central, East Baton Rouge Parish.

From the south, LA 410 begins at an intersection with LA 408 (Hooper Road) east of Baton Rouge. It continues northward to a terminus at LA 64 (Greenwell Springs-Port Hudson Road) east of Zachary.

LA 410 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire highway is in Central, East Baton Rouge Parish.

mi km Destinations Notes
0.0 0.0 LA 408 (Hooper Road) Southern terminus
8.2 13.2 LA 64 (Greenwell Springs–Port Hudson Road) Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 411[edit]

Louisiana Highway 411
Location: RosedaleLivonia
Length: 11.53 mi[1] (18.56 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 411 (LA 411) runs 11.53 miles (18.56 km) in a north–south direction from LA 76 in Rosedale, Iberville Parish to US 190 and LA 78 in Livonia, Pointe Coupee Parish.[4]

LA 411 begins at an intersection with LA 76 in Rosedale, continuing the path of Sidney Road, a local road that intersects I-10. It heads north along the east bank of a Mississippi River canal runoff, opposite and parallel to LA 77. After about 6 miles (9.7 km), LA 411 passes along the eastern edge of Maringouin. After leaving the town limits, LA 411 crosses from Iberville Parish into Pointe Coupee Parish and continues north for 5.4 miles (8.7 km), where it terminates at an intersection with US 190 and LA 78 in Livonia.


Parish Location mi[3] km Destinations Notes
Iberville Rosedale 0.0 0.0 LA 76 (Rosedale Road) – Port Allen Southern terminus
  6.0 9.7 LA 977 north – Maringouin Southern terminus of LA 977
Pointe Coupee Livonia 11.5 18.5 US 190 (Airline Highway) – Baton Rouge, Opelousas
LA 78 north – New Roads
Northern terminus of LA 411; southern terminus of LA 78
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 413[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 413

Louisiana Highway 413
Location: ErwinvilleNew Roads
Length: 23.74 mi[1] (38.21 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 414[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 414

Louisiana Highway 414
Location: ChenalVentress
Length: 10.55 mi[1] (16.98 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 415[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 415

Louisiana Highway 415
Location: Port AllenHermitage
Length: 25.46 mi[1] (40.97 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 416[edit]

Louisiana Highway 416
Location: Pointe Coupee Parish
Length: 7.18 mi[1] (11.56 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 416 (LA 416) runs 7.18 miles (11.56 km) in a southwest to northeast direction from LA 1 west of Lakeland to LA 415 in Hermitage, Pointe Coupee Parish.[5]

The route heads eastward through Lakeland, intersecting LA 413, then turns to the northeast through Rougon. At Glynn, LA 416 crosses the Kansas City Southern Railway (KCS) tracks at grade and intersects LA 982. The route proceeds northeast to LA 415 in Hermitage at the west bank of the Mississippi River. LA 416 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[5][6][7]

Louisiana Highway 418[edit]

Louisiana Highway 418
Location: Pointe Coupee Parish
Length: 21.90 mi[1] (35.24 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 418 (LA 418) runs 21.90 miles (35.24 km) in a north–south direction from LA 417 west of Batchelor to LA 1 in Legonier, Pointe Coupee Parish.[8]

The route heads northeast and crosses LA 1 at Innis. After turning northward through Williamsport, LA 418 begins to parallel the west bank of the Mississippi River. At Torras, LA 418 curves westward and intersects LA 15 before running along the Lower Old River and Atchafalaya River to a second intersection with LA 1 at Legonier opposite Simmesport. LA 418 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[6][7][8]

Louisiana Highway 420[edit]

Louisiana Highway 420
Location: Pointe Coupee Parish
Length: 7.90 mi[1] (12.71 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 420 (LA 420) runs 7.90 miles (12.71 km) in an east–west direction from LA 1/LA 10 east of Morganza to LA 10/LA 10 Business north of New Roads, Pointe Coupee Parish.

LA 420 begins at an intersection with the concurrent LA 1/LA 10 east of Morganza. It heads north past Pointe Coupee Central High School then reaches the west bank of the Mississippi River and turns eastward. Following the river, the highway comes to the northern terminus of LA 981. This intersection was the former terminus of LA 420 until 2011, as LA 10 followed the present routes of LA 420 and LA 981 to the New Roads–St. Francisville Ferry. LA 420 continues south on former LA 10 and ends at the junction of current LA 10 and LA 10 Business west of the John James Audubon Bridge, which replaced the ferry service. LA 10 Business continues the route of LA 420 southward into New Roads.

It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire highway is in Pointe Coupee Parish.

Location mi km Destinations Notes
Seibert 0.0 0.0 LA 1 / LA 10 – Morganza, New Roads Western terminus
Pointe Coupee 7.3 11.7 LA 981 south (Ferry Road) Northern terminus of LA 981
  7.9 12.7
LA 10 / LA 10 Bus. – New Roads
Eastern terminus of LA 420; northern terminus of LA 10 Business
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 422[edit]

Louisiana Highway 422
Location: NorwoodFelps
Length: 12.13 mi[1] (19.52 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 422 (LA 422) runs 12.13 miles (19.52 km) in an east–west direction from LA 19 in Norwood to LA 67 at Felps, East Feliciana Parish.[9]

From the west, LA 422 begins at an intersection with LA 19 in Norwood and heads eastward. It runs through the north-central portion of the parish, just south of the state line. LA 422 ends at an intersection with LA 67 north of Clinton.

It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire highway is in East Feliciana Parish.

Location mi[9] km Destinations Notes
Norwood 0.0 0.0 LA 19 (Main Street) Western terminus
Felps 12.1 19.5 LA 67 – Clinton Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 423[edit]

Louisiana Highway 423
Location: Baton RougeBaker
Length: 2.43 mi[1] (3.91 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 423 (LA 423) runs 2.43 miles (3.91 km) in an east–west direction along Thomas Road from LA 19 to LA 67 between Baton Rouge and Baker in East Baton Rouge Parish.[10]

The entire highway is in East Baton Rouge Parish.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Baton Rouge 0.0 0.0 LA 19 (Scotland Avenue) – Baton Rouge, Zachary Western terminus
Baker 2.4 3.9 LA 67 (Plank Road) – Baton Rouge, Clinton Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 424[edit]

Louisiana Highway 424
Location: Washington Parish
Length: 11.85 mi[1] (19.07 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 424 (LA 424) runs 11.85 miles (19.07 km) in a general north–south direction from LA 62 in Pine to a second junction with LA 62 north of State Line, Washington Parish.[11]

Louisiana Highway 425[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 425

Louisiana Highway 425
Location: Baton Rouge
Length: 2.0 mi (3.2 km)
Existed: 1955–1961

Louisiana Highway 426[edit]

Louisiana Highway 426
Location: Baton Rouge
Length: 7.36 mi[1] (11.84 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 426 (LA 426) runs 7.36 miles (11.84 km) in an east–west direction from LA 73 in Baton Rouge to US 190 between Baton Rouge and Denham Springs. The route is located entirely within East Baton Rouge Parish and is known locally as Old Hammond Highway.

From the west, LA 426 begins at an intersection with LA 73 (Jefferson Highway) in Baton Rouge. It heads east and intersects LA 1068 (Drusilla Lane) before meeting US 61 (Airline Highway). LA 426 continues eastward and intersects LA 3245) (O'Neal Lane) before terminating at US 190 (Florida Boulevard) just west of the Amite River.

LA 426 is an undivided four-lane highway from LA 73 to US 61 (Airline Highway). It then widens to an undivided five-lane highway to Boulevard de Province, where it reverts to the original two-lane configuration.

LA 426 served as the original route for US 190 before the extension of Florida Boulevard to the Amite River. The route roughly follows the original routing of Benton's Ferry Road, which started at Jefferson Highway (Hope Villa Road) and traveled to the Benton's Ferry crossing on the Amite River near the present-day Amite River bridges. Prior to the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering, LA 426 was part of State Route 7.

The entire highway is in East Baton Rouge Parish.

Location mi km Destinations Notes
Baton Rouge 0.0 0.0 LA 73 (Jefferson Highway) Western terminus
1.5 2.4 LA 1068 (Drusilla Lane)
1.7 2.7 US 61 (Airline Highway)
6.5 10.5 LA 3245 (O'Neal Lane)
  7.4 11.9 US 190 (Florida Boulevard) Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 427[edit]

Louisiana Highway 427
Location: Baton Rouge
Length: 14.59 mi[1] (23.48 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 427 (LA 427) runs 14.59 miles (23.48 km)[1] in a northwest to southeast direction from LA 73 in Baton Rouge, East Baton Rouge Parish to a second junction with LA 73 south of Hope Villa, Ascension Parish.[12][13][14]

The route heads south from LA 73 (Government Street) along South Acadian Thruway. After passing through a diamond interchange with I-10 at Exit 157B, the route turns southeast onto Perkins Road and proceeds out of the city limits. Just before it crosses into Ascension Parish, LA 427 briefly makes a jog onto Highland Road through a second interchange with I-10 at Kleinpeter. The route then curves to the northeast at LA 928 and crosses US 61 (Airline Highway). Shortly afterward, LA 427 terminates at LA 73 (Old Jefferson Highway) south of Hope Villa, within the census-designated boundary of Prairieville.[12][13][14]

Louisiana Highway 428[edit]

Louisiana Highway 428
Location: GretnaAlgiers
Length: 8.79 mi[1] (14.15 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 428 (LA 428) runs 8.79 miles (14.15 km) from LA 23 near Belle Chasse to LA 407 in Algiers, New Orleans. The route travels in an irregular direction (though it is sometimes bannered east/west route) and exists in two segments connected by a local road.[15]

From the south, LA 428 begins at a junction with LA 23 near the Jefferson ParishPlaquemines Parish line. LA 428 proceeds due north along Behrman Highway and crosses from Jefferson Parish into a section of Orleans Parish (co-extensive with the city of New Orleans) known as Algiers. LA 428 then turns west onto General De Gaulle and passes through an interchange with US 90 Business (Westbank Expressway) before crossing back into Jefferson Parish and the city of Gretna. LA 428 enters Gretna on Burmaster Street. About three blocks from the Mississippi River, LA 428 turns north onto Franklin Street, which becomes Nunez Street upon reentering Orleans Parish. LA 428 crosses under the Crescent City Connection, the Mississippi River Bridge on US 90 Business, but does not intersect it. At Socrates Street, LA 428 turns northeasterly onto a short connector and terminates one block later at a six point intersection. Through traffic continues north onto Vallette Street, a local road, then east onto Newton Street. LA 428 resumes several blocks later at the intersection of Behrman Avenue, where Newton Street becomes General Meyer Avenue. LA 428 continues eastward along General Meyer Avenue and terminates once again at LA 407 (Woodland Drive).

LA 428 is a divided four-highway for its entire length.


Parish Location mi[15] km Destinations Notes
Jefferson   0.0 0.0 LA 23 (Belle Chasse Highway) – Belle Chasse, Gretna Southern terminus
Orleans New Orleans 4.3 6.9
US 90 Bus. (West Bank Expressway) – Gretna, New Orleans
Interchange; Exit 9A on US 90 Business
Jefferson Gretna 5.0 8.0 LA 23 south (Franklin Avenue) Northern terminus of LA 23
Orleans New Orleans 5.9 9.5 Lamarque Street End state maintenance
Gap in LA 428
5.9 9.5 Berhman Avenue Resume state maintenance
8.9 14.3 LA 407 south (Woodland Drive) – Belle Chasse Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 433[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 433

Louisiana Highway 433
Location: Slidell
Length: 14.83 mi[1] (23.87 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 434[edit]

Louisiana Highway 434
Location: LacombeSt. Tammany
Length: 10.66 mi[1] (17.16 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 434 (LA 434) runs 10.66 miles (17.16 km) in a north–south direction from a point south of US 190 in Lacombe to LA 36 between Abita Springs and Hickory, St. Tammany Parish.[16]

From the south, LA 434 begins at the intersection of Lake Road and Barringer Road about 2 miles (3.2 km) from the shore of Lake Pontchartrain. It proceeds northward on Lake Road to a junction with US 190 and LA 1093-1. At this point, it turns northeast concurrent with US 190 across Bayou Lacombe. Shortly thereafter, LA 434 turns northward and eventually intersects I-12 at a diamond interchange at Exit 74. It continues northward through the community of St. Tammany to a terminus at LA 36.

LA 434 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire highway is in St. Tammany Parish.

Location mi[16] km Destinations Notes
Lacombe 0.0 0.0 Lake Road, Barringer Road Southern terminus
1.6 2.6 US 190 west – Mandeville
LA 1093-1 (Davis Avenue)
South end of US 190 concurrency; southern terminus of LA 1093-1
1.9 3.1 US 190 east – Slidell North end of US 190 concurrency; roundabout
4.4–
4.8
7.1–
7.7
I‑12 – Slidell, Hammond Exit 74 on I-12
St. Tammany 10.3 16.6 LA 36 (Hickory Highway) Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 435[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 435

Louisiana Highway 435
Location: Abita SpringsTalisheek
Length: 11.47 mi[1] (18.46 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 440[edit]

Louisiana Highway 440
Location: Hutchinson CreekRichardson
Length: 27.56 mi[1] (44.35 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 440 (LA 440) runs 27.56 miles (44.35 km) in an east–west direction from LA 441 north of Greensburg, St. Helena Parish to LA 10 west of Franklinton, Washington Parish.[17]

The route heads east from LA 441 from a point just north of the Hutchinson Creek Wildlife Management Area and soon crosses from St. Helena Parish into Tangipahoa Parish.[17][18][19] It then passes through an interchange with I-55 south of Kentwood and intersects the parallel US 51 in Tangipahoa. Just east of Tangipahoa, the roadway continues straight ahead as LA 1057 while LA 440 dips to the south onto a parallel alignment through Bolivar. Just before crossing into Washington Parish, LA 440 curves to the northeast and rejoins LA 1057.[17][19][20] In Washington Parish, LA 440 heads slightly southeast to its terminus at LA 10 in Richardson, a point west of Franklinton.[17][19][21]

Louisiana Highway 442[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 442

Louisiana Highway 442
Location: MagnoliaLoranger
Length: 23.22 mi[1] (37.37 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 443[edit]

Louisiana Highway 443
Location: Hammond
Length: 8.30 mi[1] (13.36 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 443 (LA 443) runs 8.30 miles (13.36 km) in a north–south direction along Morris Road from US 190 in Hammond to a junction with LA 40 and LA 442 south of Loranger, Tangipahoa Parish.[22]

The route heads northeast out of Hammond and has a brief concurrency with LA 1064 north of town. After crossing the Tangipahoa River, LA 443 turns due north to its end at LA 40 and LA 442, connecting to Tickfaw, Independence, and Folsom. LA 443 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[19][22][23]

The entire highway is in Tangipahoa Parish.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
Hammond 0.0 0.0 US 190 – Hammond, Covington Southern terminus
  3.0 4.8 LA 1064 west (Natalbany Road) – Natalbany South end of LA 1064 concurrency
  4.4 7.1 LA 1064 east (River Road) North end of LA 1064 concurrency
  5.4 8.7 Bridge over Tangipahoa River
  8.2 13.2 LA 40 – Loranger, Folsom
LA 442 west – Tickfaw
Northern terminus; eastern terminus of LA 442
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 444[edit]

Louisiana Highway 444
Location: French SettlementKillian
Length: 14.76 mi[1] (23.75 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 444 (LA 444) runs 14.76 miles (23.75 km) in an east–west direction from LA 16 in French Settlement to LA 22 in Killian, Livingston Parish.[24]

The route heads northeast out of French Settlement, intersecting LA 63 at Verdun, and parallels the route of LA 22 into Killian. LA 444 is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[19][24][25]

The entire highway is in Livingston Parish.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
French Settlement 0.0 0.0 LA 16 – Head of Island, Port Vincent Western terminus
Verdun 4.9 7.9 LA 63 (South Frost Road) – Frost, Livingston Southern terminus of LA 63
Killian 14.8 23.8 LA 22 – Springfield, Hammond Eastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 445[edit]

Main article: Louisiana Highway 445

Louisiana Highway 445
Location: Tangipahoa Parish
Length: 24.58 mi[1] (39.56 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 447[edit]

Louisiana Highway 447
Location: Livingston Parish
Length: 20.19 mi[1] (32.49 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 447 (LA 447) runs 20.19 miles (32.49 km) in a north–south direction from LA 16 in Port Vincent to LA 63 north of Walker, Livingston Parish.[26]

The route heads north from LA 16 in Port Vincent as an undivided two-lane highway. Upon entering Walker, LA 447 passes through a diamond interchange with I-12 at Exit 15. The highway widens to four lanes with a center turning lane and proceeds through downtown Walker, crossing both US 190 and LA 1027. Reverting again to two lanes, LA 447 proceeds north through rural west-central Livingston Parish and intersects LA 1029, LA 1025, LA 1024, and LA 1019 before ending at LA 63 near the St. Helena Parish line.

The entire highway is in Livingston Parish.

Location mi[26] km Destinations Notes
Port Vincent 0.0 0.0 LA 16 – Port Vincent, Denham Springs Southern terminus
Walker 8.2–
8.6
13.2–
13.8
I‑12 – Hammond, Baton Rouge Exit 15 on I-12
9.6 15.4 US 190 (Florida Boulevard)
9.7 15.6 LA 1027 west (Burgess Avenue) Eastern terminus of LA 1027
  11.3 18.2 LA 1029 south Northern terminus of LA 1029
  13.0 20.9 LA 1025 west (Arnold Road) Eastern terminus of LA 1025
  15.0 24.1 LA 1024 (Cane Market Road)
Friendship 16.5 26.6 LA 1019 (Springfield Road)
  20.3 32.7 LA 63 Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 448[edit]

Louisiana Highway 448
Location: St. Helena Parish
Length: 8.59 mi[1] (13.82 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 448 (LA 448) runs 8.59 miles (13.82 km) in a north–south direction from LA 37 north of Grangeville to LA 10 at Darlington, St. Helena Parish.[27]

A rural route heading along the west side of St. Helena Parish, LA 444 parallels the Amite River at a distance, connecting LA 10 and LA 37, which intersect in Greensburg to the east. It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[18][19][27]

The entire highway is in St. Helena Parish.

Location mi[1] km Destinations Notes
  0.0 0.0 LA 37 – Greensburg, Baton Rouge Southern terminus
Darlington 8.6 13.8 LA 10 – Greensburg, Clinton Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 449[edit]

Louisiana Highway 449
Location: WalkerGreensburg
Length: 23.73 mi[1] (38.19 km)
Existed: 1955–present

Louisiana Highway 449 (LA 449) runs 23.73 miles (38.19 km) in a north–south direction from US 190 in Walker, Livingston Parish to LA 37 southwest of Greensburg, St. Helena Parish.[28]

LA 449 heads north from Walker and intersects LA 1024, followed by LA 63. LA 449 turns west concurrent with LA 63 for a very short time before the former turns again to the north. After crossing from Livingston Parish into St. Helena Parish, LA 449 enters the community of Pine Grove, where it intersects LA 16. LA 449 makes a brief jog east onto LA 16 before proceeding north again at LA 1041. LA 449 continues in a north-northeast direction to a terminus at LA 37 southeast of Greensburg.

LA 449 is an undivided two lane highway for its entire length.


Parish Location mi[28] km Destinations Notes
Livingston Walker 0.0 0.0 US 190 (Florida Boulevard) Southern terminus
  4.5 7.2 LA 1024 (Cane Market Road)
  8.3 13.4 LA 63 south (Weiss Road) South end of LA 63 concurrency
  8.4 13.5 LA 63 north (Weiss Road) North end of LA 63 concurrency
St. Helena Pine Grove 16.4 26.4 LA 16 west South end of LA 16 concurrency
16.5 26.6 LA 16 east / LA 1041 eest North end of LA 16 concurrency; western terminus of LA 1041
  23.8 38.3 LA 37 Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

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