ⓘ List of state highways in Louisiana, 700–749. Louisiana Highway 700 LA 700 runs 10.69 miles 17.20 km in a general north–south direction from LA 35 north of Kapl ..

                                     

ⓘ List of state highways in Louisiana (700–749)

Louisiana Highway 700 LA 700 runs 10.69 miles 17.20 km in a general north–south direction from LA 35 north of Kaplan, Vermilion Parish to LA 342 in southwestern Lafayette Parish. The route travels in a reverse "L" shape along rural section line roads.

LA 700 begins at a junction with LA 35 located about 1 mile 1.6 km north of Kaplan. After traveling east for 1 mile 1.6 km, the highway turns due north and passes through Andrew, intersecting LA 699. LA 700 has a brief concurrency with LA 92 in an area known as Indian Bayou. It then crosses the waterway of the same name, simultaneously crossing from Vermilion Parish into Lafayette Parish. LA 700 continues a short distance further to an intersection with LA 342 west of Ridge. It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

                                     

1. Louisiana Highway 705

Louisiana Highway 705 LA 705 runs 1.66 miles 2.67 km in an east–west direction from the Acadia Parish line to LA 35 west of Indian Bayou, Vermilion Parish. It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

The entire route is in Vermilion Parish.

                                     

2. Louisiana Highway 712

Louisiana Highway 712 LA 712 runs 2.0 miles 3.2 km in a north–south direction along Wright Road in northwestern Vermilion Parish.

The route begins at LA 14 in Wright and proceeds due north to a junction with Tom Road. It is an undivided two-lane highway for its entire length.

In the pre-1955 state highway system, LA 712 was designated as State Route C-1574. LA 712 was created with the 1955 Louisiana Highway renumbering, and its route has remained the same to the present day.

The entire highway is in Vermilion Parish.

                                     

3. Louisiana Highway 717

Louisiana Highway 717 LA 717 begins at LA 14 west of Gueydan. It travels west, north, and east before ending at another point on LA 14 south of Lake Arthur.

                                     

4. Louisiana Highway 719

Louisiana Highway 719 LA 719 runs 5.23 miles 8.42 km in a north–south direction from LA 342 west of Ridge to US 90 in Duson, Lafayette Parish.

The entire highway is in Lafayette Parish.

                                     

5. Louisiana Highway 720

Louisiana Highway 720 LA 720 runs 5.06 miles 8.14 km in an east–west direction from the Acadia Parish line to LA 343 south of Duson, Lafayette Parish.

The entire route is in Lafayette Parish.

                                     

6. Louisiana Highway 726

Louisiana Highway 726 LA 726 runs 1.13 miles 1.82 km in an east–west direction from LA 182 to the concurrent I-49 and US 167 in Carencro, Lafayette Parish.

The entire highway is in Carencro, Lafayette Parish.



                                     

7. Louisiana Highway 728

Louisiana Highway 728 LA 728 is a collection of two state highways in Walroy south of Lafayette in Lafayette Parish. Both highways are part of Hugh Wallis Road and generally run parallel to US 90 and a BNSF railroad.

                                     

7.1. Louisiana Highway 728 Louisiana Highway 728-2

Louisiana Highway 728-2 LA 728-2 0.37 miles or 0.60 kilometres begins at a curve tangent and heads north-northwest past a hotel and a few homes. The highway ends at LA 729 General Mouton Avenue.

                                     

7.2. Louisiana Highway 728 Louisiana Highway 728-3

Louisiana Highway 728-3 LA 728-3 0.29 miles or 0.47 kilometres begins at a superstreet intersection with US 90 where it travels west to cross the railroad, then turns to the north-northwest along Hugh Wallis Road. It ends at a right in/right out intersection with Kaliste Saloom Road.

The two current sections of road were previously united as LA 728-2. The highway had previously crossed Kaliste Saloom Road before a portion of Hugh Wallis Road to the north was realigned and transferred out of state jurisdiction. The construction that created the two separate sections occurred between 2015 and 2016.

                                     

8. Louisiana Highway 729

Louisiana Highway 729 LA 729 runs 0.73 miles 1.17 km in an east–west direction along General Mouton Avenue from US 90 Business to mainline US 90 in Lafayette, Lafayette Parish. Under the proposed La DOTD plan to eliminate state-maintained roadways throughout the state, all of LA 729 is proposed to be transferred to local jurisdiction.

One unsigned 0.09-mile-long 0.14 km spur route, LA 729 Spur, exits in Lafayette. It essentially acts as a private driveway for a nearby car dealership and has gates and private signage though per recent La DOTD documents, the road is still state-maintained.

Major junctions

The entire highway is in Lafayette, Lafayette Parish.

                                     

9. Louisiana Highway 731

Louisiana Highway 731 LA 731 runs 1.14 miles 1.83 km in a northwest to southeast direction along 2nd Street from US 90 to LA 182 in Broussard, Lafayette Parish. It is currently under agreement to be transferred to local control.

One 0.27-mile-long 0.43 km spur route, LA 731 Spur, exists along North Morgan Avenue in Broussard. It travels from Main Street a former section of LA 182 to 2nd Street LA 731. It too is proposed to be transferred to local control.

Major junctions

The entire highway is in Broussard, Lafayette Parish.

                                     

10. Louisiana Highway 740

Louisiana Highway 740 LA 740 runs 0.43 miles 0.69 km in a north–south direction from LA 347 in Arnaudville, St. Landry Parish to the northern town limits.

The entire highway is in Arnaudville, St. Landry Parish.



                                     

11. Louisiana Highway 744

Louisiana Highway 744 LA 744 runs 0.75 miles 1.21 km in an east–west direction from the junction of I-49 and US 167 to LA 743 southeast of Washington, St. Landry Parish.

The entire route is in St. Landry Parish.

                                     

12. Louisiana Highway 746

Louisiana Highway 746 LA 746 runs 1.59 miles 2.56 km in an east–west direction from a dead end at Camp Thistlethwaite to LA 745 north of Washington, St. Landry Parish.

The entire route is in St. Landry Parish.

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