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Louisiana, United States

latitude: 31.5, longitude: -92
Browse map of Louisiana 31°30′00.00″ N, 92°00′00.00″ W
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Louisiana is a state in the United States at latitude 31°30′00.00″ North, longitude 92°00′00.00″ West.


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Route relations

Some highways are moving from the old way-based tagging scheme to the new route relations. Each relation should have network=* and ref=* keys, as well as a symbol=* key with the URL to the SVG image found on the highway's Wikipedia article. If the entire route has the same name, the name=* key may also be specified on the relation.

Interstate highways

Mark all member relations as network=US:I. Please keep this list synchronized with Interstate Highways Relations.

Number Relation Status and notes
10 relation 34171 From St. James–St. John the Baptist parish line to Mississippi state line. One relation for both directions.
510 relation 120983 Complete. One relation for both directions, with role=north/south.

U.S. Routes

Mark all member relations as network=US:US. Please keep this list synchronized with United States Numbered Highway Relations‎. If "status" is blank for a column, that probably means the relation is not yet used in Louisiana.

Number Relation Status and notes
90 relation 70915 Chef Menteur Hwy. at Versailles to Mississippi state line

State routes

Mark all member relations as network=US:LA.

Number Relation Status and notes
1 relation 2193828 From Bayou Rigaud to Texas
1 Business relation 10284350 Natchitoches
6 relation 3805210 From Texas to Clarence
6 Business relation 10284346 Natchitoches
8 relation 122989 From Texas to Sicily Island
47 relation 122989 From Chalmette Ferry to Downman Rd.

Parish roads

Tag parish roads with ref=PR ### on the way (by analogy with CR for county roads in other states) and network=US:LA:PR:Parish Name ref=###.

Possible Data Sources

The Louisiana Oil Spill Coordinator's Office's (!) offers a large set of GIS data here: http://lagic.lsu.edu/loscoweb/showall.asp

They even have maps of No, Rare, Occasional, and Frequent Bear sightings!