City of New Orleans Offers Transportation Assistance to State Shelters After Hurricane Ida

With continued power outages and service interruptions in New Orleans after Hurricane Ida, the City of New Orleans will begin offering daily transportation assistance to state-run public shelters for residents who want to temporarily leave the impacted area. Entergy New Orleans estimates power will be fully restored to Orleans Parish...

U.S. Rep. Troy Carter Calls on Gov. Edwards to Reinstate Expanded Unemployment Benefits Ahead of the Sept. 6

Ahead of the Sept. 6 expiration of expanded unemployment benefits at the federal level, U.S. Rep. Troy A. Carter Sr., is calling on Gov. John Bel Edwards to retroactively reinstate expanded unemployment benefits for Louisiana residents. The option to make these benefits retroactive ends on Monday, Sept. 6. Yielding to...

RTA Restores Limited Service to Assist Residents in Hurricane Ida Recovery

The New Orleans Regional Transit Authority today announced the restoration of limited bus service to support the city’s recovery efforts following Hurricane Ida. Limited service will be restored along the following routes: ·       27-Louisiana (modified route from Broad St. to Tchoupitoulas St.) ·       39-Tulane ·       47-Canal ·       88-St. Claude (modified route from Basin St....