NEW ORLEANS (WVUE) - Millions of dollars toward a new road to help travelers get to Louis Armstrong International Airport is the subject of a meeting Wednesday night.
The I-10 Loyola interchange would take drivers to and from the new terminal near Veterans and Loyola.
That 35-gate terminal is slated for completion next February.
When the interchange was announced in January, it was slated to cost anywhere between $90 and $110 million, and local governments would have to chip in about $12 million of that.
The meeting takes place at 5:00 p.m. at Susan Park Gym on Veterans.