That might be possible after a proposed contract that was approved for negotiations by city officials.
How timely! The Mayor's Office release a new web application that charts street flooding and traffic incidents reported to the city.
More from the Curbed article:
"The Mayor unveiled the incident-monitoring application days after New Orleans residents voiced concerns about not knowing which streets to avoid during the August 5 storm.
Good news for the River Parishes: The speed limit on I-310 will soon be 70 mph the whole way!
Nola.com reports that, "The speed limit on Interstate 310, which includes the Hale Boggs Bridge, will increase to 70 mph for the entire 11-mile spur, starting Tuesday, Aug. 1, 2017."
New Orleans to nearly double traffic safety cameras in 2017
One less thing for you to worry about during this disastrous flood, the Louisiana State Police say that no one should be charged to get back their cars that were towed from Interstate 12. Flooding and subsequent interstate closures left people stranded on Interstate 12 for hours on end following the flooding throughout Southeast Louisiana.