Baton Rouge area planners looking at data, state and local revenue to make their pitch to feds for transportation funds

On Monday, Jamie Setze, head of the Capital Region Planning Commission, told members of the Baton Rouge Press Club that as he and the leaders of five parishes assemble their pitch for federal funds, the U.S. government is going to come back with one 

The Capital Region Planning Commission is asking the public which ideas they like best for attacking Baton Rouge's traffic problem. Executive Director Jamie Setze spoke at the Baton Rouge Press Club on Monday and says the Move 2042 plan is long-range

Ascension Parish President Kenny Matassa, second from right, meets with Shawn Wilson, secretary of the state Department of Transportation and Development, second from left, speaking, and James Setze, executive director of the Capital Region Planning

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