List of state highways in Louisiana (150–199)

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The following is a list of state highways in the U.S. state of Louisiana designated in the 150-199 range.

Louisiana Highway 150Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 150
LocationSimsboroRuston
Length8.83 mi[1] (14.21 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 150 (LA 150) runs 8.83 miles (14.21 km) in an east–west direction from a junction with US 80 and LA 563 in Simsboro to a junction with the concurrent US 80, US 167, and LA 146 in Ruston, Lincoln Parish.[2]

Louisiana Highway 151Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 151
LocationArcadiaCadeville
Length56.15 mi[1] (90.36 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 151 (LA 151) runs 56.15 miles (90.36 km) in a general east–west direction from a junction with US 80, US 80 Truck, and LA 9 in Arcadia, Bienville Parish around the north side of the Ruston area to LA 546 at Cadeville, Ouachita Parish.[3]

Louisiana Highway 152Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 152
LocationLisbonDubach
Length10.19 mi[1] (16.40 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 152 (LA 152) runs 10.19 miles (16.40 km) in a northwest to southeast direction from LA 2 east of Lisbon, Claiborne Parish to LA 151 west of Dubach, Lincoln Parish.[4]

Louisiana Highway 153Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 153
LocationCrestonCastor
Length22.57 mi[1] (36.32 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 153 (LA 153) runs 22.57 miles (36.32 km) in a north–south direction from a junction with LA 9 and LA 156 in Creston, Natchitoches Parish to a junction with LA 4 and LA 507 in Castor, Bienville Parish.[5]

Louisiana Highway 154Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 154
LocationElm GroveAthens
Length53.09 mi[1] (85.44 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 154 (LA 154) runs 53.09 miles (85.44 km) in a southwest to northeast direction from US 71 at Elm Grove, Bossier Parish to a junction with LA 9 and LA 518 in Athens, Claiborne Parish.[6]

Louisiana Highway 155Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 155
LocationCoushattaQuitman
Length60.60 mi[1] (97.53 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 155 (LA 155) runs 60.60 miles (97.53 km) in an east–west direction from a junction with US 71 and US 371 in Coushatta, Red River Parish to LA 146 east of Quitman, Jackson Parish.[7]

Louisiana Highway 156Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 156
LocationCrestonWinnfield
Length26.92 mi[1] (43.32 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 156 (LA 156) runs 26.92 miles (43.32 km) in an east–west direction from a junction with LA 9 and LA 153 in Creston, Natchitoches Parish to US 167 north of Winnfield, Winn Parish.[8]

Louisiana Highway 157Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 157
LocationMcDadeShongaloo
Length79.37 mi[1] (127.73 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 157 (LA 157) runs 79.37 miles (127.73 km) in a general north–south direction from US 71 at McDade, Bossier Parish to a junction with LA 159 and LA 615 north of Shongaloo, Webster Parish.[9]

Louisiana Highway 158Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 158
LocationColfax
Length6.34 mi[1] (10.20 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 159Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 159
LocationMindenShongaloo
Length31.76 mi[1] (51.11 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 159 (LA 159) runs 31.76 miles (51.11 km) in a north–south direction from a junction with I-20 and US 371 in Minden to the Arkansas state line north of Shongaloo, Webster Parish.[10]

Louisiana Highway 160Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 160
LocationHughesLeton
Length34.24 mi[1] (55.10 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 160 (LA 160) runs 34.24 miles (55.10 km) in an east–west direction from a local road north of Benton, Bossier Parish to a junction with LA 2 and LA 159 at Leton, Webster Parish.[11]

Louisiana Highway 161Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 161
LocationClaiborne Parish
Length4.30 mi[1] (6.92 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 162Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 162
LocationBentonMidway
Length9.01 mi[1] (14.50 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 162 (LA 162) runs 9.01 miles (14.50 km) in an east–west direction from LA 3 in Benton to LA 157 at Midway, Bossier Parish.[12]

Louisiana Highway 163Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 163
LocationLake BistineauDoyline
Length9.14 mi[1] (14.71 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 163 (LA 163) runs 9.14 miles (14.71 km) in a north–south direction from a local road south of Lake Bistineau State Park to LA 164 in Doyline, Webster Parish.[13]

Louisiana Highway 164Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 164
LocationHaughtonSibley
Length12.78 mi[1] (20.57 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 164 (LA 164) runs 12.78 miles (20.57 km) in an east–west direction from the concurrent US 79 and US 80 north of Haughton, Bossier Parish to US 371 in Sibley, Webster Parish.[14]

Louisiana Highway 168Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 168
LocationRodessaIda
Length7.25 mi[1] (11.67 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 168 (LA 168) runs 7.25 miles (11.67 km) in an east–west direction from LA 1 in Rodessa to US 71 in Ida, Caddo Parish.[15]

Louisiana Highway 169Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 169
LocationKeachiBelcher
Length45.92 mi[1] (73.90 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 169 (LA 169) runs 45.92 miles (73.90 km) in a north–south direction from LA 172 west of Keachi, DeSoto Parish to US 71 south of Belcher, Caddo Parish.[16]

Louisiana Highway 170Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 170
LocationVivianGilliam
Length14.23 mi[1] (22.90 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 170 (LA 170) runs 14.23 miles (22.90 km) in an east–west direction from the Texas state line west of Vivian to a junction with US 71 and LA 3049 in Gilliam, Caddo Parish.[17]

Louisiana Highway 172Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 172
LocationKeachi
Length8.48 mi[1] (13.65 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 172 (LA 172) runs 8.48 miles (13.65 km) in an east–west direction from the Texas state line west of Keachi to a junction with LA 5 and LA 789 in Keachi, DeSoto Parish.[18]

Louisiana Highway 173Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 173
LocationShreveportDixie
Length19.29 mi[1] (31.04 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 173 (LA 173) runs 19.29 miles (31.04 km) in a general north–south direction from LA 1 in Shreveport to LA 3049 at Dixie, Caddo Parish.[19]

Louisiana Highway 174Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 174
LocationConverseLake End
Length31.79 mi[1] (51.16 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 174 (LA 174) runs 31.79 miles (51.16 km) in an east–west direction from LA 191 west of Converse, Sabine Parish to LA 1 at Lake End, Red River Parish.[20]

The route heads east from LA 191, which runs along the Toledo Bend Reservoir, and intersects US 171 in Converse. LA 174 proceeds east through Oak Grove and Mitchell and runs concurrent with the otherwise north–south LA 483 between those points. In Pleasant Hill, LA 174 intersects LA 175 then continues northeast and crosses from Sabine Parish into DeSoto Parish.[20][21][22]

The highway passes through the southeast corner of DeSoto Parish briefly before entering Natchitoches Parish. Here, LA 174 intersects LA 487 at Ajax and passes through an interchange with I-49, connecting to Shreveport and Alexandria.[20][22][23] LA 174 crosses Bayou Pierre into Red River Parish and ends shortly thereafter at an intersection with LA 1 at Lake End, a point on the Red River southeast of Coushatta.[20][24][25]

Louisiana Highway 175Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 175
LocationManyShreveport
Length63.93 mi[1] (102.89 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 175 (LA 175) runs 63.93 miles (102.89 km) in a north–south direction from US 171 northwest of Many, Sabine Parish to LA 1 southeast of Shreveport, Caddo Parish.[26]

The route heads north from US 171 just outside Many and intersects LA 120 in Belmont. It proceeds north through Pleasant Hill, where it intersects LA 174, and crosses from Sabine Parish into DeSoto Parish shortly afterward.[21][22][26] The highway begins to take a more northwesterly course in DeSoto Parish and passes through Pelican on the way to Mansfield.[25][26][27]

In Mansfield, LA 175 intersects US 84 and turns west to follow that highway briefly before resuming a northern course through points such as Bayou Pierre and Holly.[25][26][27] Just north of Kingston and a junction with LA 5, LA 175 passes through an interchange with I-49, connecting to Shreveport and Alexandria.[25][26][28] The highway proceeds northeast through Frierson into Caddo Parish, where it reaches its terminus at LA 1 southeast of Shreveport.[25][26][27][29]

Louisiana Highway 176Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 176
LocationLafayette
Length4.74 mi[1] (7.63 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 176 (LA 176) runs 4.74 miles (7.63 km) in a north–south direction in Lafayette, located in Lafayette Parish.[30] It parallels US 167, the city's primary north–south highway, from a point near the downtown area to the northern limit at Carencro. (North of I-10, US 167 is co-signed with I-49.)

The route begins at US 90 and US 167, which run concurrently along Northwest and Northeast Evangeline Thruway, a couplet of one-way streets. LA 176 initially heads northeast along Jefferson Boulevard as an undivided four-lane highway. After three blocks, it turns north onto Moss Street and passes along the west side of Lafayette's City Park, crossing the Louisiana and Delta Railroad (LDRR) tracks immediately afterward. 1.2 miles (1.9 km) later, LA 176 intersects West/East Alexander Street and widens to accommodate a center turning lane. Soon afterward, the highway dips below grade and crosses underneath I-10 just east of Exit 103. LA 176 continues north for 2.2 miles (3.5 km) to an intersection with LA 98 (East Gloria Switch Road) on the Lafayette–Carencro line. LA 98 connects to Exit 2 on I-49/US 167 located 1.0 mile (1.6 km) to the west.[30][31][32]

In the pre-1955 state highway system, the current route of LA 176 made up of the entirety of former State Route 675 and State Route C-1384.[33] LA 176 was created in the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering,[34] but it was originally a short connector between LA 94 and the junction of US 90 and US 167 in downtown Lafayette.[35] When US 90 and US 167 were moved onto the Evangeline Thruway around 1964, US 167 took over much of the original route of LA 176.[36][37] For the next 45 years, the route comprised only the portion of Jefferson Boulevard between Evangeline Thruway and the intersection of Simcoe and Surrey Streets (the former junction of LA 94 and LA 728-8). In 2009, a further re-alignment of routes in the area resulted in the LA 176 designation replacing that of former LA 728-1, greatly lengthening the route.[31]

The entire highway is in Lafayette Parish.

Locationmi[30]kmDestinationsNotes
Lafayette0.00.0   US 90 / US 167 (SW/SE Evangeline Thruway)Southern terminus
LafayetteCarencro line4.87.7  LA 98 (East Gloria Switch Road)Northern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 177Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 177
LocationPleasant HillGahagan
Length17.13 mi[1] (27.57 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 177 (LA 177) runs 17.13 miles (27.57 km) in a north–south direction from LA 175 north of Pleasant Hill in DeSoto Parish to the concurrent US 84 and LA 1 at Gahagan, a point west of Coushatta in Red River Parish.[38]

Louisiana Highway 178Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 178
LocationChurch PointSunset
Length10.63 mi[1] (17.11 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 178 (LA 178) runs 10.63 miles (17.11 km) in an east–west direction from LA 95 in Church Point, Acadia Parish to the concurrent LA 93 and LA 182 in Sunset, St. Landry Parish.[39]

Louisiana Highway 180Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 180
LocationPineville
Length0.12 mi[1] (0.19 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 180 (LA 180) runs 0.12 miles (0.19 km) in an east–west direction along Jefferson Highway in Pineville, Rapides Parish.[40]

The route is a short connector between US 71 and US 165 at the point where the two highways diverge in Pineville, just north of Alexandria. It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.[22][40][41]

As its local name indicates, the route was once a small part of the historic Jefferson Highway auto trail which extended from New Orleans to Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada in the late 1910s and 1920s. When the original state highway system was created in 1921, it became part of States Routes 1 and 5. In 1926, it also served as part of the original alignment of US 71 until the completion of the O.K. Allen Bridge over the Red River in the 1930s.

LA 180 was created in the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering,[34] and its route originally followed the entirety of Jefferson Highway between US 165 Business and US 71.[41][42] The deleted portion, though no longer state-maintained, retains destination signage directing traffic from US 165 Business toward US 71 and US 165, heading toward Shreveport and Monroe, respectively.[40]

The entire highway is in Pineville, Rapides Parish.

mi[1]kmDestinationsNotes
0.000.00  US 71 (Shreveport Highway) – ShreveportWestern terminus
0.120.19  US 165 (Monroe Highway) – MonroeEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 181Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 181
LocationLone PineCheneyville
Length4.22 mi[1] (6.79 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 182Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 182
LocationWhitevilleRaceland
Length173.41 mi[1] (279.08 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 183Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 183
LocationRichland Parish
Length9.93 mi[1] (15.98 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 183 (LA 183) runs 9.93 miles (15.98 km) in a north–south direction from a point just south of I-20 at Holly Ridge to LA 134 west of Epps in Richland Parish.[43]

Louisiana Highway 184Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 184
LocationFort Polk North
Length3.38 mi[1] (5.44 km)
Existed1955–present

Louisiana Highway 184 (LA 184) runs 3.38 miles (5.44 km) in a north–south direction along Chaffee Road east of Leesville, Vernon Parish.[44] It connects Fort Polk North, an area within the Fort Polk U.S. Army base with LA 28, the main highway between Leesville and Alexandria. Though its geographic direction is north–south, LA 184 is signed as an east–west route and treated accordingly in the La DOTD route log.

The route begins at the concurrent LA 8 and LA 28, 4.3 miles (6.9 km) east of US 171 in Leesville. Eastbound LA 28 connects to Alexandria in neighboring Rapides Parish. LA 185 heads south and intersects LA 468 (Slagle Road). 2.5 miles (4.0 km) later, it reaches the guard house at the entrance to Fort Polk. State maintenance ends a short distance later at an intersection with Pendleton Drive, which leads to a residential area within the base.[22][44][45]

In the pre-1955 state highway system, LA 184 was designated as State Route C-2040.[46] LA 184 was created in the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering,[34] and its route has remained the same to the present day.[45][47]

The entire highway is in Vernon Parish.

Locationmi[44]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0   LA 8 / LA 28 – Leesville, AlexandriaWestern terminus
0.71.1  LA 468 (Slagle Road) – Leesville, Alexandria
Fort Polk North3.45.5End state maintenance at Pendleton DriveEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 185Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 185
LocationBossier City
Length1.04 mi[1] (1.67 km)
Existed1955–2013

Louisiana Highway 185 (LA 185) ran 1.04 miles (1.67 km) in a northwest to southeast direction along Northgate Road in Bossier City, Bossier Parish.[48] It connected Barksdale Air Force Base to LA 72, which leads to several main highways in the area. Destination signage on LA 72 also directs motorists onto Northgate Road to reach the Eighth Air Force Museum located within the base.

The route began at LA 72 (Old Minden Road) two blocks east of LA 3105 (Airline Drive), which connects to nearby I-20 at Exit 22. LA 185 headed southeast as an undivided four-lane highway and gained a center turning lane as it entered a residential neighborhood. It proceeded along the west side of Barksdale AFB until it reached the north gate of the facility.[25][48][49]

In the pre-1955 state highway system, LA 185 was designated as State Route C-1333.[50] LA 185 was created in the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering,[34] and its route remained the same while in the state highway system.[49][51] After rehabilitation of the roadway in 2013, La DOTD turned the route over to the government of Bossier City as part of its Road Transfer Program.[52][53]

The entire highway was in Bossier City, Bossier Parish.

mi[48]kmDestinationsNotes
0.00.0   LA 72 (Old Minden Road) to I-20Western terminus
1.11.8End state maintenance at north gate of Barksdale Air Force BaseEastern terminus
1.000 mi = 1.609 km; 1.000 km = 0.621 mi

Louisiana Highway 191Edit

 

Louisiana Highway 191
LocationToledo Bend ReservoirLogansport
Length75.33 mi[1] (121.23 km)
Existedc. 1975–present

Louisiana Highway 191 (LA 191) runs 75.33 miles (121.23 km) in a north–south direction from the Texas state line west of Leesville in Sabine Parish to US 84 east of Logansport, DeSoto Parish.[54]

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