[Bottom of Page] -- Updated 19-Jun-18

MISSISSIPPI RIVER
45' Deep Draft Crossings Channel Depth Status


The following table provides a summary listing of channel depths at the Mississippi River Deep Draft Crossings.

Mississippi River
45' Deep Draft Crossings

CROSSING NAME &
(APPROX. MILEAGE)
LWRP SURVEY
DATE
250' L &
125' L
CENTERLINE 125' R &
250' R
SHAPE ACTIVE
DREDGE
Upper Baton Rouge
(232.5)
2.8
13-Jun
63.5
59.5
57.0
55.0
54.0
XXXX
--
Baton Rouge
(230.5)
2.8
13-Jun
51.0 H
54.5 G H
57.5 G H
60.0 F
56.5 F
XXXX
--
Red Eye
(224.0)
2.6
18-Jun
51.5 C
52.0 C
52.5 C
52.0 C/O
51.0 K
55.0
Hurley
Sardine Point
(219.3)
2.4
13-Jun
54.0
56.5
57.5
55.0
54.5
57.5
--
Medora
(212.0)
2.1
13-Jun
58.5 D
67.5 A
65.5 B
65.0 A
50.0 A
63.5
--
Granada
(204.3)
1.9
13-Jun
52.0 F G
47.0 F G
48.0 F G
51.0 FG/H
50.0 H
56.0
McGeorge
Bayou Goula
(198.2)
1.8
19-Jun
51.0 H
59.0 D
57.5 H
58.0 C/EF
49.5 E
59.0
--
Alhambra
(190.5)
1.7
19-Jun
45.5 E
49.5 C
51.0 E F
50.5 E F
48.5 F
56.5
--
Philadelphia
(183.0)
1.5
07-Jun
53.0 H
53.5 I
55.0 I
55.0 G H
57.0 G
57.0
--
Smoke Bend
(175.0)
1.4
07-Jun
54.0 A B
54.0 A B
55.0 D
57.5 D
52.0 E
56.5
Glenn Edwards
Rich Bend
(158.8)
1.3
29-May
XXXX
XXXX
54.0
XXXX
XXXX
XXXX
Jadwin
Belmont
(154.2)
1.3
19-Jun
47.1 I J
56.4 D E
55.3 C D
55.1 D E
49.4 I J
65.7
--
Fairview
(115.7)
1.1
08-May
62.5 C D
62.0 C D
59.5 C D
61.0 C D
59.0 C D
76.0
--


An asterisk (*) indicates survey data was incomplete or off-line due to dredging operations. Shoaler depths may exist in areas not adequately surveyed. See plotted survey on our Mississippi River Crossings - Profiles Only webpage for more detailed depth information.

ASSOCIATED RIVER GAGES

RIVER GAUGE MILEAGE LWRP 08-May 10-May 29-May 07-Jun 13-Jun 18-Jun
Baton Rouge
228.4
2.8
35.1
34.6
26.4
25.5
23.5
18.7
Donaldsonville
175.4
1.4
24.8
24.3
17.5
16.6
14.9
11.1
Reserve
138.7
1.2
18.8
18.5
13.1
12.3
11.0
8.1
New Orleans
102.8
1.0
13.4
13.2
9.4
8.6
7.5
5.6


DISCLAIMER:
Hydrographic survey data is subject to change rapidly due to several factors including but not limited to dredging activity and natural shoaling and scouring processes. The U. S. Army Corps of Engineers accepts no responsibility for changes in the hydrographical conditions which develop after the date of publication.

NOTICE:
This data is intended for U. S. Army Corps of Engineers' internal use. This agency accepts no responsibility for errors or omissions contained in this data. The accuracy of this data is, therefore, not guaranteed. Prudent mariners should not rely solely upon it.

The Contact for this Page:
Andrew Oakman
Operations Division, Technical Support Branch
New Orleans, LA
504-862-2054
Andrew.T.Oakman@usace.army.mil