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Highway Department

Bossier Parish’s highway department is responsible for the repair and maintenance of nearly 685 miles of roadway, 104 bridges and ditches both on roadsides and in neighborhoods.

Those totals include 110 miles of unpaved roads and approximately 575 miles of paved roads.

Highway department crews are also called to pull extra duty in times of emergency, keeping roads open following natural events including tornadoes, tropical storms and flooding.

Heading the department is Public Works Director Mark Coutee.

Other Divisions Include:

News

  • Bossier Parish

    Linton Road Bridge Closure Reminder

    Posted Apr 14, 2021
    Motorists are reminded by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development that the project to remove and replace the Linton Road bridge over Black Bayou Reservoir in north Bossier Parish will begin Tuesday, April 20 with a complete closure of the bridge.
  • Goodman

    Goodman Springs Road Bridge Closing

    Posted Apr 12, 2021
    One bridge on Goodman Springs Road has been completed and reopened Monday, but another nearby bridge will be closed Tuesday.
  • West Linton Road Open

    West Linton Rd. Ribbon Cutting

    Posted Apr 9, 2021
    With the snip of a ribbon Thursday, a $1.6 million West Linton Rd. was declared completed and officially opened to connect Fairburn Ave. to the intersection of Palmetto Rd. and Airline Dr.
  • Goodman Springs Road Work

    Goodman Springs Road Bridge Repair

    Posted Apr 2, 2021
    Bossier Parish Police Jury highway department workers are currently reworking a bridge on Goodman Springs road, replacing the existing short span structure with culverts. The bridge is located one-tenth mile east of Goodman Springs’ intersection with Mott Rd.
Leadership

Mark Coutee

Mark Coutee
Director

Email

Contact Us

(318) 965-3752

(318) 965-3757 (Fax)

410 Mayfield
Benton, LA 71006

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Three Year Road Plan

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