I-49 in Lafayette: Related Links

This page provides links to relevant Lafayette I-49 internet sites which are currently accessible. Readers - please comment with any additional links that you think are missing from this page.

Y-49 - This is a community dedicated to public information on the impacts of the current Lafayette Connector project.

  • Y-49.org This link will redirect you to the Y-49 Community Facebook page. Note that if you do not participate in Facebook, you may need to fill in a captcha in order to view the page.
  • http://lafayettesierraclub.org/ Lafayette Sierra Club which sponsors Y-49
  • https://connectorcomments.blogspot.com/ This blog archives comments related to I-49 in the Lafayette area.
  • https://actionnetwork.org/groups/y-49 The Y-49 community on Action Network provides announcements of meetings, information about the project, and sponsors surveys and petitions. 
  • Y-49Action.org This link will take you to the latest Y-49 action being taken on the Action Network

Louisiana DOTD - The Louisiana Department of Transportation is a department of state government.

Lafayette City Parish Government - The local government cooperator in this project.

Lafayette Regional Airport - The airport will be impacted by safety concerns, and the requirement to relocate runway. Relocation will impact the Cypress Island Swamp, and city/parish drainage.

  • http://www.lftairport.com/ This is the LFT web site.
  • http://www.lftairport.com/Commissioners The volunteer commissioners represent all areas of interest and make decisions regarding the Airport.

I-49 Connector Proponents These links are for groups actively supporting the I-49 Connector.

  • http://www.oneacadiana.org/ One Acadiana is the local affiliate of the US Chamber of Commerce. Some of their highest level financial support comes from the state via UL and SLCC.
  • http://i49south.com/ The I-49 South Coalition is located at the One Acadiana office and is chaired by a One Acadiana Board member.

Other - These sites are sponsored by other organizations, or fail to provide a sponsor identification.

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