Louisiana Highway 413

Louisiana Highway 413 (LA 413) is a state highway in Louisiana. It spans north–south for 23.6 miles (38.0 km).

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Louisiana Highway 413 - Route Description
... LA 413 begins at an intersection with LA 76 in West Baton Rouge Parish, and heads due north approximately 4.3 miles (6.9 km) towards Erwinville ... This stretch of LA-413 is locally known as Poydras Bayou Road ... In Erwinville, LA LA-413 intersects US-190 near milepost 4.3 ...

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