The funds have been obligated to reimburse the Louisiana National Guard, Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, the Governor s Office of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness and the Lafitte Area Independent Levee District in Jefferson Parish.
What does LDOT stand for?
LDOT stands for Louisiana Department of Transportation
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Samples in periodicals archive:
Main Street, formerly known as LA DOTD FCU serving employees of the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development, lost $2 million in 2010 related to corporate costs, said Anderson.
1 million in Federal funding to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development to continue the LA Swift program, which provides bus service from Baton Rouge to New Orleans for former residents of New Orleans who were displaced in 2005 after Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.
Following the exercise, with the advice of federal officials, Louisiana transferred the responsibility for emergency transportation from the National Guard to the Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development.
As a result of this success the Louisiana Department of Transportation now has a policy that considers historic trees and their preservation when embarking on projects.
The Louisiana Department of Transportation and Development issued an Environmental Policy, adopted in May 2000, which concerns the entire transportation network in the state, (view it at www.