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CATS, Walls Project unveil mural highlighting future of transportation in BR

A brand new mural highlighting the future of transportation in the Capital City made its debut Thursday, April 14.
Published: Apr. 14, 2022 at 6:20 AM CDT
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BATON ROUGE, La. (WAFB) - A brand new mural highlighting the future of transportation in the Capital City made its debut Thursday, April 14.

The Walls Project and the Capital Area Transit System (CATS) unveiled the painting around 10 a.m.

The 2200-square-foot mural is located on the locally-owned business Toussaint Customs and Collisions, which is located at 1824 Highland Road.

It was completed by Baton Rouge artist Bryson Boutte.

“We recognize the need for available transportation in Baton Rouge, especially,” said owner Marcus Toussaint. “So, we were able to find the Walls Project, and ever since then, they worked with us to create a design that fits the needs of the city.”

Toussaint and other leaders emphasized the importance of accessible transportation and its impact on the community.

Boutte, along with representatives from the Walls Project and CATS, also spoke at the news conference Thursday.

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