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Louisiana 6.svg
Louisiana Highway 6
Length: 54.45 mi (87.63 km)
Formed: 1955 renumbering
West end: Texas 21.svg TX 21 across the Sabine River
Major
junctions:
US 171.svg US 171 in Many
I-49.svg I-49 west of Natchitoches
Louisiana 1.svg LA 1 in Natchitoches
East end: US 71.svgUS 84.svg US 71 and US 84 in Clarence
Highways in Louisiana
< LA 5 LA 8 >

Louisiana Highway 6 (LA 6) is a state highway in Louisiana. It spans 54.45 miles (87.63 km) and serves Sabine Parish and Natchitoches Parish.

Route description

State Highway 21 becomes LA 6 after it crosses the Sabine River (Toledo Bend Reservior) from Texas into Louisiana. LA 6 then heads due east to Many where it intersects U.S. Route 171 and turns slightly northeastward. LA 6 intersects Louisiana Highway 120 in Robeline. LA 6 then intersects Louisiana Highway 117 near Hagewood, Interstate 49, and Louisiana Highway 1 before entering the Natchitoches city limits. LA 6 runs west and north of the city center. However, Louisiana Highway 6 Business runs through the downtown area before rejoining LA 6 just north of the city limits. LA 6 then crosses the Red River and ends at a junction with U.S. Route 71 in Clarence in Natchitoches Parish.

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