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Old May 11th, 2015
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Default Louisiana's poor road conditions

http://www.thenewsstar.com/story/new...lect/26989491/

Just like everything else thats falling apart in this state.

Higher government spending will not create more efficiency. Fix the problem instead of throwing money at it. So in a nutshell, according to the numbers on this article, we spend more than half of the states on infrastructure, and still the infrastructure numbers are as worse as our rankings for education..... hmmm
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I have to agree with you on this one . Roads are terrible !
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If you think the roads are bad, look at the data on the bridges across the state.
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yall think our roads are bad. Go to Oklahoma. You will find out that our roads aint so bad..
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Rhode Islandís roads are horrible and are way worse than ours.
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Rhode Islandís roads are horrible and are way worse than ours.

You must have never been to ST Landry parish lol


Eat me.....im fun sized!!!!!
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You must have never been to ST Landry parish lol


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Or down hwy 31 between parks and breaux bridge!!! Horrible! And they just keep patching it, makes it worst!
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We don't pay taxes in any other state , except if you work multi states .
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Hwy 90 from Morgan City to Lafayatte is pretty aggravating especially in a stiff suspensioned truck like our F550!
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what do you expect when they build a road over a marsh or swamp? You think they can dig far enough till they hit solid rock? you build a road on a soft surface guess what. its going to sink and buckle and get pot holes. Thats just common sense. If you cant except it then move to where they have plenty of rock for a sub surface. I had a guy a DOT explain this to me one time, and it makes a lot more sense now as to why our roads are sub part. not to mention all the people that drive over loaded trucks up and down the road. Its more of there fault than the states.
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