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DOTD hosts public meeting discussing replacing the Calcasieu River Bridge
Posted on 8/3/2017 11:27:00 AM.

The state Department of Transportation will host a public meeting tonight at the Lake Charles Civic Center to discuss replacing the Calcasieu River Bridge. Deidra Druilhet with DOTD says the purpose of the open-forum is to give the community a chance to see the future plans and receive feedback.

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Bomb threat closes I-210 in Lake Charles
Posted on 1/19/2015 10:37:00 AM.
Authorities had to close the I-210 bridge in Lake Charles on Monday morning due to a bomb threat. State Police Sgt. James Anderson says they received a call about a car on fire on the Calcasieu River bridge.
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DOTD looking at replacing Calcasieu River Bridge
Posted on 9/25/2013 12:10:00 PM.
The state department of transportation is in the initial stages of a major construction project that could lead to the replacement of the I-10 Calcasieu River bridge. DOTD spokesperson Rodney Mallett says engineers are looking at widening the bridge so that three lanes of traffic can flow both ways.
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