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Baton Rouge Travel Guide

Getting Around Baton Rouge

Public transport options include buses, which go all over the city but run infrequently, and the Capitol Park Trolley, which provides free service around the downtown area. Renting a car is perhaps the best option; the minimum age is usually 25, although some agencies only require drivers to be 21 years of age, a surcharge may be added. A valid driver''s license, passport and major credit card are also required. Keep in mind that Baton Rouge is a much busier place than it once was. When Hurricane Katrina hit nearby New Orleans, many people were evacuated to Baton Rouge, and many have stayed. Many roads and highways now experience significant congestion regardless of the time of day.

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