Mobility and Safety Programs

St. Bernard Avenue at Henriette Delille Intersection Safety Improvements

This project is an intersection safety improvement project funded by City of New Orleans bonds. The scope of work includes pedestrian crossing islands, and streetscape improvements such as ADA-compliant curb ramps at intersections. 

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Read Boulevard Walk and Bike Safety Improvements

The City of New Orleans Department of Public Works is working in tandem with Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development (LADOTD) to improve walk and bike safety and expand accessibility for people traveling along and across Read Boulevard.

 
 

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Morrison Road Improvements

 The Morrison Road (Mayo-Bullard) project is a $23.6M street improvement project. Funding for this project is split between the Federal Highway Administration (80%) and the City of New Orleans bond program (20%).

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Broad Street Pedestrian Safety Improvements

The Safe Routes to Public Places Program (SRTPPP) project is part of the overall Highway Safety Improvement Program (HSIP) by the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development. Under this guise the City of New Orleans – Department of Public Works is working in tandem to ensure pedestrian and mobility safety.  

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New Orleans East I-10 Service Roads Walking and Biking Connectivity Project

The City of New Orleans announced on March 12, 2024 that it will receive a $61.5M award from the Reconnecting Communities and Neighborhoods Program from the US Department of Transportation to improve safety and mobility along the I-10 Service Roads in New Orleans East.  

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A.P. Tureaud Ave Street Improvements

As part of the $23 million Bayou St John, Fairgrounds, Seventh Ward Group B project, the Department of Public Works is implementing safety improvements to the project that already has completed Patch, Mill, Overlay and Patch Concrete work. Completed improvements include repaved roadway, ADA-compliant curb ramps and repaired sidewalks.

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Pedestrian Safety

The City of New Orleans is working on a range of safety initiatives to make it easier for residents and visitors to navigate our city’s streets, sidewalks and trails.

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