Louisiana State Route 4 (LA 4) was a state highway in Louisiana. It spanned 182.12 miles (293.09 km), making it one of the longest pre-1955 state routes. It was originally established as a numbering of the Dixie Overland Highway auto trail, and later served as a portion of US 80.

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  • Louisiana State Route 4 (LA 4) was a state highway in Louisiana. It spanned 182.12 miles (293.09 km), making it one of the longest pre-1955 state routes. It was originally established as a numbering of the Dixie Overland Highway auto trail, and later served as a portion of US 80. (en)
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  • Louisiana State Route 4 (LA 4) was a state highway in Louisiana. It spanned 182.12 miles (293.09 km), making it one of the longest pre-1955 state routes. It was originally established as a numbering of the Dixie Overland Highway auto trail, and later served as a portion of US 80. (en)
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  • Louisiana State Route 4 (en)
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