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    Default Lafayette and the travel situation

    I am just thinking how easy it is for most teams to get into Lafayette

    With the intersection of I-49 and I-10 the road travel is tough to beat no matter the direction teams are coming from

    Granted we are not a major airport, but the flights from Dallas, Houston, Atlanta, and hopefully again from Memphis make it fairly easy

    - the 5 minute ride from the airport to school make arrivals and charters a nice situation for teams coming to Lafayette!!!


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    Default Re: Lafayette and the travel situation

    Great point B-mer

    The only sizable city in Louisiana that doesn't have direct drive -Interstate access- to Lafayette is Monroe.


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    Quote Originally Posted by Turbine View Post
    Great point B-mer

    The only sizable city in Louisiana that doesn't have direct drive -Interstate access- to Lafayette is Monroe.
    And they have a 4-lane to Alexandria, as I understand.

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    Default Re: Lafayette and the travel situation

    Yes, the drive to Monroe is now 4 lane all the way. Not Interstate/limited access, but extremely good roads [for Louisiana].


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