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Kent Rogers

Executive Director

NLCOG

HQ Phone:  (318) 841-5950

Email: k***@***.org

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NLCOG

625 Texas Street Suite 200

Shreveport, Louisiana,71101

United States

Company Description

The Northwest Louisiana Council of Governments (NLCOG) is a voluntary association of local governments established to assist local governments in planning for common needs, cooperating for mutual benefit, and coordinating for sound regional development.. more ...more

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Interstate 49 International Coalition :: Board of Directors

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Kent Rogers
Director Executive Director, NLCOG 625 Texas Street, Suite 200 Shreveport, LA 71101 kent.rogers@nlcog.org O (318) 841-5950 F (318) 841-5952 C (318) 393-3389


Interstate 49 International Coalition :: Board of Directors

www.interstate49.org [cached]

Kent Rogers
Director Executive Director, NLCOG 625 Texas Street, Suite 200 Shreveport, LA 71101 kent.rogers@nlcog.org O (318) 841-5950 F (318) 841-5952 C (318) 393-3389


Caddo Anticipates Diverse Transportation Plan - Forward Now!

www.forward-now.com [cached]

Following the work of these agencies, Caddo Administrator Dr. Woody Wilson, Commission President Matthew Linn, Chris Petro (NLCOG), Stephen Pederson(private advocate), Bud Melton(Special Projects Manager for Bowman-Melton and Associates), Ila Broyles(private advocate), JD Allen(Alliance Transportation Group), Kent Rogers(NLCOG) and many others at various government levels, This plan is now before the Department of Transportation in proper format for approval.


I 49 REPORT Press Releases

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According to Kent Rogers of NLCOG, the legislation granting the development of I-69 has Shreveport included in the bill.
Rogers says that is the stage I-69 is in right now. Currently, seven possible corridors are considered for the 35-mile stretch between I-20 and U.S. Hwy. 171 in Stonewall, La.Experts expect "Corridor E" to win out because it satisfies several criteria developers find important: 1) It is relatively close to Barksdale Air Force Base2) It hugs the Shreveport-Bossier Metro Area3) It goes near the new port development south of town4) It avoids Wallace Lake5) And it reaches Stonewall on the north side, closest to Shreveport. Skeptics who view a map of the I-69 corridor may scratch their heads, wondering why anyone would want to build a road as large as this through a relatively rural area. According to Rogers, the corridor locations were the most obvious choice, being that there was really nowhere to build inside of Shreveport. He also mentions the Interloop phenomenon, which occurred in cities like Houston and Dallas. In these cities, he says, outlying expressways allowed for expansion that wouldn't have been possible if they had been built closer to the metro areas. Rogers says the port will play a major part in the area's future as a commerce leader. In this one area, distributors will have sea, land, air, and rail capability (Union Pacific has plans to redirect their lines to intersect with the port). "[NLCOG] went to a national commerce meeting last year," Rogers recalls. "And when we told them we were from Shreveport, they told us, 'You guys are it.'We're talking one-day shipping to anywhere in the continental U.S." Rogers also claims that several businesses, especially from California, have shown interest in coming to the state once the proposed infrastructure is in place. "One ofthe things they are drawn to is our cheap and reliable source of power," he says, referring to a proposed power plant near the port which will produce five times the power the Shreveport area currently consumes. Congrats to NLCOG on starting Feasibility Study for I-49 Inner-City Connector (3 1/2 vitally important miles)... Appreciation for Kent Rogers and his staff, along with Mayor Cedric Glover.


Finish 3132 Website Updates - 3132 News - Finish 3132 - Transportation - Safety - Shreveport - Bossier City - Louisiana > Not Much 3132 Action at NLCOG

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NLCOG Executive Director Kent Rogers said that he had no updates, and that the deadline for the consulting group Buchart Horne to complete the entire study was in mid-April.
Bossier City Mayor Lo Walker, the committee chair, asked Rogers if he could have a report ready in time for the Transportation and Policy Committee meeting on March 15.


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