Driving Directions

Open the sections below for directions to GLPC facilities:

  • GLPC Administration Office
    GLPC Administration Office in Cut Off

    GLPC Admin Office

    16829 East Main Street*
    Cut Off, LA 70345

    *Temporary office at 131 E. 91st Street, directly behind the GLPC Admin Office.*

    Below you can find driving directions and recommended routes to help you get to the GLPC Administration Office from Baton Rouge, New Orleans, or Lafayette. Safe travels!

    Driving Directions to GLPC Admin Office

    FROM BATON ROUGE:

    Take I-10 east to New Orleans. After you pass LaPlace, take I-310 south to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Hale Boggs Bridge in Luling and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma.

    Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Exit at Highway 308 (Exit 215B), taking a left to go south toward Grand Isle. Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, take a left at the intersection to continue south on Highway 308 toward Grand Isle. Bayou Lafourche will be on your right. As you travel “down the bayou” south on Highway 308, you will pass three bridges on your right: a lift bridge (LANDMARK: McDonald’s on LA 1), a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1), and another lift bridge (LANDMARK: Burger King & shopping center on 308). After the traffic light at this third bridge, the GLPC Administration Office is a few buildings down on the left. There is a logoed Greater Lafourche Port Commission sign in front of the building.

    FROM NEW ORLEANS:

    Take I-10 West toward Baton Rouge. Take I-310 south to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Hale Boggs Bridge in Luling and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma.

    Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Exit at Highway 308 (Exit 215B), taking a left to go south toward Grand Isle. Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, take a left at the intersection to continue south on Highway 308 toward Grand Isle. Bayou Lafourche will be on your right. As you travel “down the bayou” south on Highway 308, you will pass three bridges on your right: a lift bridge (LANDMARK: McDonald’s on LA 1), a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1), and another lift bridge (LANDMARK: Burger King & shopping center on 308). After the traffic light at this third bridge, the GLPC Administration Office is a few buildings down on the left. There is a logoed Greater Lafourche Port Commission sign in front of the building.

    FROM LAFAYETTE:

    Take US Highway 90 East (aka SW Evangeline Thruway in Lafayette) toward New Orleans for approximately 110 miles. Take Exit 215 for LA-1, toward RACELAND/LOCKPORT. Keep RIGHT at the fork to go on LA-1 South. Travel on LA 1 for approximately 2.8 miles.

    Turn left at Bayou Crossing Drive onto the Champagne-Harrelson Bridge. Cross the bridge and turn right onto Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308 for about 14 miles, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, take a left at the intersection to continue south on Highway 308 toward Grand Isle. Bayou Lafourche will be on your right. As you travel “down the bayou” south on Highway 308, you will pass three bridges on your right: a lift bridge (LANDMARK: McDonald’s on LA 1), a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1), and another lift bridge (LANDMARK: Burger King & shopping center on 308). After the traffic light at this third bridge, the GLPC Administration Office is a few buildings down on the left. There is a logoed Greater Lafourche Port Commission sign in front of the building.

  • Fourchon Operations Center
    Fourchon Operations Center

    Wilbert Collins, Sr. Fourchon Operations Center

    180 A.O. Rappelet Road
    Port Fourchon, LA 70357

    Below you can find driving directions and recommended routes to help you get to the Fourchon Ops Center from Baton Rouge, New Orleans, or Lafayette. Safe travels!

    Driving Directions to Fourchon Operations Center Port Fourchon Maps

    FROM BATON ROUGE:

    Take I-10 East to New Orleans; exit I-310 South to Boutte/Houma. I-310 ends at Highway 90, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma. Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Take the exit for Raceland/Lockport (Exit 215B) and turn LEFT to head south on Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center at 180 A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before Flotation Canal Road intersection). The Operations Center building is light yellow with a green roof and shares a parking area with the Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

    FROM NEW ORLEANS:

    Take I-10 West to Baton Rouge. Take I-310 South to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Luling Bridge and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma. Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Take the exit for Raceland/Lockport (Exit 215B) and turn LEFT to head south on Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center at 180 A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before Flotation Canal Road intersection). The Operations Center building is light yellow with a green roof and shares a parking area with the Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

    FROM LAFAYETTE:

    Take US Highway 90 East (aka SW Evangeline Thruway in Lafayette) toward New Orleans for approximately 110 miles. Take Exit 215 for LA-1, toward RACELAND/LOCKPORT. Keep RIGHT at the fork to go on LA-1 South. Travel on LA 1 for approximately 2.8 miles.

    Turn left at Bayou Crossing Drive onto the Champagne-Harrelson Bridge. Cross the bridge and turn right onto Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308 for about 14 miles, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center at 180 A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before Flotation Canal Road intersection). The Operations Center building is light yellow with a green roof and shares a parking area with the Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

  • Fourchon EOC Building (Emergency Operations Center)
    Photo of the Fourchon EOC Building

    Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC Building

    180B A.O. Rappelet Road
    Port Fourchon, LA 70357

    Below you can find driving directions and recommended routes to help you get to the Fourchon EOC from Baton Rouge, New Orleans, or Lafayette. Safe travels!

    Driving Directions to Fourchon EOC Building Port Fourchon Maps

    FROM BATON ROUGE:

    Take I-10 East to New Orleans; exit I-310 South to Boutte/Houma. I-310 ends at Highway 90, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma. Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Take the exit for Raceland/Lockport (Exit 215B) and turn LEFT to head south on Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC Building at 180B A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before GLPC Port Operations Center building). The Fourchon EOC building is yellow with a curved green roof and shares a parking area with GLPC’s Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

    FROM NEW ORLEANS:

    Take I-10 West to Baton Rouge. Take I-310 South to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Luling Bridge and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma. Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Take the exit for Raceland/Lockport (Exit 215B) and turn LEFT to head south on Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC Building at 180B A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before GLPC Port Operations Center building). The Fourchon EOC building is yellow with a curved green roof and shares a parking area with GLPC’s Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

    FROM LAFAYETTE:

    Take US Highway 90 East (aka SW Evangeline Thruway in Lafayette) toward New Orleans for approximately 110 miles. Take Exit 215 for LA-1, toward RACELAND/LOCKPORT. Keep RIGHT at the fork to go on LA-1 South. Travel on LA 1 for approximately 2.8 miles.

    Turn left at Bayou Crossing Drive onto the Champagne-Harrelson Bridge. Cross the bridge and turn right onto Highway 308.

    Travel on Highway 308 for about 14 miles, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, you will cross the Larose Lift Bridge and continue forward on the LA 657 extension until you reach LA 3235, a four-lane highway. At the LA 3235 intersection, take a left onto LA 3235 and travel south toward Port Fourchon. You will pass through Larose, Cut Off, Galliano, and Golden Meadow (PLEASE OBSERVE 50 MPH SPEED LIMIT IN GOLDEN MEADOW).

    Continue traveling south as LA 3235 merges with a two-lane LA 1. In Leeville, follow the signs to the LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon. Please plan ahead for toll payment. You can go online to www.geauxpass.com or call toll-free at 866-662-8987 for information on the GeauxPass toll.

    Turn right onto the access ramp to enter the expressway (left lane for toll tags only; right lane to use in-lane toll payment option). Continue 8 miles on the elevated road. At the end of the elevated roadway, you have reached the entrance to the port (LANDMARKS: Moran’s Marina gas station, motel, and restaurant on your right; lighted Port Fourchon sign on your left). Continue forward through the caution light (please pause to check for oncoming traffic) onto Highway 3090, aka A.O. Rappelet Road, to enter Port Fourchon.

    The Johnny Melancon, Sr. Fourchon EOC Building at 180B A.O. Rappelet Road is approximately 1/8 mile ahead on the right (LANDMARKS: past Pointe Fourchon gated subdivision; immediately before GLPC Port Operations Center building). The Fourchon EOC building is yellow with a curved green roof and shares a parking area with GLPC’s Wilbert Collins, Sr. Operations Center and the Lady of the Gulf Seaman’s Memorial.

  • South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport (GAO) in Galliano

    South Lafourche Airport

    GAO FBO Terminal
    149 King Air Drive
    Galliano, LA 70354

    Below you can find driving directions and recommended routes to help you get to the South Lafourche Airport from Baton Rouge, New Orleans, or Lafayette. Safe travels!

    Driving Directions to SL Airport FBO/Terminal South Lafourche Airport Map

    FROM BATON ROUGE, take I-10 east to New Orleans. After passing LaPlace, take I-310 south to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Luling Bridge and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma.

    Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Then, exit Highway 308 (Exit 215B), taking a left to go south toward Grand Isle. Travel on LA 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, take a left at the intersection to continue south on Highway 308 toward Grand Isle. As you travel down LA 308 south of the Intracoastal Canal, you will pass four bridges: the first is a draw bridge (LANDMARK: McDonald’s on LA 1), the second is a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1), the third is a draw bridge (LANDMARK: Shopping Center w/ Burger King, Stage, etc.), and the fourth is a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1; Gas Station on 308). The Airport will be about one mile south of this last bridge between East 140th and East 141st Streets. There will be a South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport sign at the entrance of Airport Road.

    FROM NEW ORLEANS, take I-10 west to Baton Rouge. Take I-310 south to Boutte/Houma. You will cross the Luling Bridge and continue south on I-310 until you reach the end, at which you should exit right to Highway 90 West toward Houma.

    Continue on Highway 90 West toward Houma for approximately 17 miles. Then, exit Highway 308 (Exit 215B), taking a left to go south toward Grand Isle. Travel on LA 308, passing through the towns of Mathews, Lockport (LANDMARK: Bollinger Shipyards), and Larose before approaching the Intracoastal Canal Overpass. When you descend from the overpass, take a left at the intersection to continue south on Highway 308 toward Grand Isle. As you travel down LA 308 south of the Intracoastal Canal, you will pass four bridges: the first is a draw bridge (LANDMARK: McDonald’s on LA 1), the second is a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1), the third is a draw bridge (LANDMARK: Shopping Center w/ Burger King, Stage, etc.), and the fourth is a pontoon bridge (LANDMARK: Church on LA 1; Gas Station on 308). The airport will be about one mile south of this last bridge between East 140th and East 141st Streets. There will be a South Lafourche Leonard Miller, Jr. Airport sign at the entrance of Airport Road.

If at any time during your travel you need assistance, please call the GLPC Administration Office at (985) 632-6701 and someone will be able to assist you.

GeauxPass Toll Information

GeauxPass Website

The LA 1 Expressway, which is an elevated toll road and the sole land route to Port Fourchon, uses LA DOTD’s GeauxPass tolling system. When visiting Port Fourchon, please plan ahead for toll payment.

With a GeauxPass toll tag, you can use the left toll tag lane without waiting in lines or stopping to pay tolls.

To learn more about the GeauxPass tolling system or to open a GeauxPass toll tag account, visit the GeauxPass website.

For GeauxPass Customer Service, call (866) 662-8987 toll-free, visit the Customer Service Center in Golden Meadow at 1821 South Alex Plaisance Blvd. (Hwy. 3235), or email customerservice@geauxpass.com.

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