Current Traffic Near the Plaquemine-Sunshine Ferry

The ferry provides transportation across the Mississippi River from Plaquemine to access the eastern side of Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish.

The main Plaquemine Ferry will go out of service at approximately 6:30 AM to prepare for inspections. A second, smaller ferry will remain in service.

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The ferry provides transportation across the Mississippi River from Plaquemine to access the eastern side of Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish.

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The ferry provides transportation across the Mississippi River from Plaquemine to access the eastern side of Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish.

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The ferry provides transportation across the Mississippi River from Plaquemine to access the eastern side of Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish.

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The ferry provides transportation across the Mississippi River from Plaquemine to access the eastern side of Iberville Parish and East Baton Rouge Parish.

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Louisiana Highway 1 provides access to the Mississippi River Bridge (Horace Wilkinson Bridge) and the Plaquemine Ferry. The highway runs parallel along the Mississippi River.

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Louisiana Highway 1 provides access to the Mississippi River Bridge (Horace Wilkinson Bridge) and the Plaquemine Ferry. The highway runs parallel along the Mississippi River.

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Plaquemine Ferry 1

Plaquemine Ferry 2

St. Gabriel Ferry 1

St. Gabriel Ferry 2

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Current Traffic Near the Mississippi River Bridge

Carrying Interstate 10 across the Mississippi River from Port Allen in West Baton Rouge Parish to Baton Rouge in East Baton Rouge Parish, the commute is notorious amongst many for daily backups stretching a few miles. Eastbound traffic is reduced from three lanes to one through lane. Westbound traffic occurs from slower traffic entering from the transition zone of the St. Ferdinand Street entrance ramp and the narrowing of I-10 when it loses a lane to exit at LA 1.

For more up-to-date traffic information, go to dotd.la.gov