MANDEVILLE, LA. – St. Tammany Parish President Mike Cooper announces work on the Soult Street upgrade project is expected to begin this week.
“Providing reliable, efficient roads in St. Tammany Parish is a top priority for my administration,” said Cooper. “Once completed, navigating Soult St. will become safer and improve navigability, especially near intersections and Mandeville Middle School. This roadway is vital, as it connects U.S. 190 to LA 1088, and I am elated to move forward in increasing the quality of life for our neighbors.”
The $2.6 million project includes a mill and asphalt overlay of Soult St., turn lanes at U.S. 190 & LA 1088, extends the turn lane at Mandeville Middle School and improves the turn radius at several intersections among other related improvements.
The project is scheduled to begin on July 26, 2021, with completion expected in Summer 2022. All work is weather permitting.
St. Tammany Parish Government appreciates your patience and reminds all drivers to travel with caution through work zones. Please be aware of crews and their equipment.