A police barricade prevents cars from driving any further on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Mayor Mitch Landrieu is planning to improve security in the French Quarter, including closing part of Bourbon Street to vehicles and installing more lights.
A police barricade prevents cars from driving any further on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Mayor Mitch Landrieu is planning to improve security in the French Quarter, including closing part of Bourbon Street to vehicles and installing more lights. Sophia Germer Advocate staff photo
A police barricade prevents cars from driving any further on Bourbon Street in New Orleans. Mayor Mitch Landrieu is planning to improve security in the French Quarter, including closing part of Bourbon Street to vehicles and installing more lights. Sophia Germer Advocate staff photo

French Quarter security plan could make Bourbon Street pedestrian-only

January 10, 2017 09:56 AM

UPDATED January 10, 2017 01:48 PM

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