LA 1 Highway 1 (LA 1) in southern Lafourche Parish is America’s access
to the vast energy resources in the U.S. Gulf of Mexico.
This critical, two-lane highway is the only roadway supporting Port Fourchon – America’s busiest intermodal energy port, the Louisiana Offshore Oil Port (LOOP), and Grand Isle. Combined, these locations service over 16 percent of America’s domestic crude oil production and 4 percent of natural gas production. The highway also supports 20 percent of this nation’s seafood production and eco-tourism destinations like Grand Isle, Louisiana’s only inhabited barrier island.
Completing the LA 1 Improvement Project is critical to preserving safe, long-term access to our nation’s energy supply, abundant seafood production, and vital coastal restoration projects.
- “One to One” Newsletter – September 2022 September 27, 2022 - In this issue: • Construction… Read More
- VIDEO – The LA 1 Elevated Highway Project July 2, 2022 - https://youtu.be/4p1ApdU_aXk Read More
- Coalition Celebrates Groundbreaking for Phase II of LA 1 Improvement Project June 24, 2022 - Leeville, LA – The LA… Read More