Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 south
Entering the directional cloverleaf interchange with Interstate 10, Louisiana 47 (Paris Road) first meets the unnumbered westbound ramp to Downtown New Orleans. Photo taken 04/20/12.
Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 southbound at the Exit 1A loop ramp onto Interstate 10 east. Interstate 10 travels twenty miles to the junction of Interstates 12 west and 59 north at Slidell. Seven miles east of there is the Mississippi state line. Photo taken 04/20/12.
The former Six Flags New Orleans (2002-05) amusement park lies southeast of the Interstate 10 & 510 junction at New Orleans East. The park, opened in 2000 as Jazz Land, closed for good as flood waters inundated the facility for weeks during September 2005 due to Hurricane Katrina. Costs to repair damage and reopen the park were determined to be prohibitively high and the facility has remained abandoned. Some discussion in 2012 involves the redevelopment of the 100-acre park into an outlet mall. Photo taken 04/20/12.
An auxiliary guide sign touts the connections to the closed Six Flags theme park,via Lake Forest Boulevard east, and the NASA Michoud Assembly Facility via Old Gentilly Road east from Exit 2C. Photo taken 04/20/12.
The right lane defaults onto the forthcoming Lake Forest Boulevard off-ramp at Exit 1B. Lake Forest Boulevard travels east-west between the Lake Forest and New Orleans East communities. Photo taken 04/20/12.
The first southbound shield for Interstate 510 lies along the low viaduct leading into the Lake Forest Boulevard diamond interchange. Photo taken 04/20/12.
Exit 1B departs Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 south for Lake Forest Boulevard. Lake Forest Boulevard ends at Michoud Boulevard to the east and intersects Bullard Avenue beyond the Eastover community to the west. Photo taken 04/20/12.
A frontage road system accompanies Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 southward from Interstate 10 to U.S. 90 (Chef Menteur Highway). The companion roads are signed as Paris Road and represent portions of the original Louisiana 47 alignment. Pictured here is the 0.50-mile overhead for Exit 2A Photo taken 04/20/12.
A close look at the Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 reassurance markers posted at the Dwyer Road overpass. Photo taken 11/18/08.
The right lane defaults onto the Exit 2A off-ramp for U.S. 90 (Chef Menteur Highway). Chef Menteur Highway comprises a four-lane surface arterial through New Orleans East. U.S. 90 follows the highway west from the Rigolets to the Gentilly neighborhood of central New Orleans. Photo taken 04/20/12.
A six-ramp parclo interchange (Exit 2A) joins Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 with U.S. 90 (Chef Menteur Highway). U.S. 90 travels west 4.3 miles to meet Interstate 10 (Exit 249B) ahead of its lift bridge across the Inner Harbor Navigation Canal. Eastward the US route continues 6.3 miles to meet U.S. 11 at Powers Junction. Photo taken 04/20/12.
Interstate 510 & Louisiana 47 continue south a short distance to Exit 2C for Almonaster Boulevard and Old Gentilly Road. The Exit 2C diamond interchange lies just north of the Louisiana 47 Intracoastal Waterway Bridge. Paris Road occupies the western frontage between U.S. 90 (Chef Menteur Highway) and Almonaster Boulevard. Photo taken 04/20/12.
Exit 2C serves the NASA Michoud facility located to the east along Old Gentilly Road, beyond the Almonaster Boulevard end. Old Gentilly Road continues to Folger's New Orleans plant, which is their largest coffee production facility in the United States. The roadway represents the original alignment of U.S. 90. Photo taken 04/20/12.
Interstate 510 concludes at the Exit 2C ramp departure to Almonaster Boulevard. Almonaster Boulevard travels west to the New orleans Business & Industrial District and Jourdan Road. Eastward the road ends at U.S. 90. Photo taken 04/20/12.


 


Photo Credits:

11/18/08, 04/20/12 by AARoads

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Page Updated 09-05-2012.