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Tuesday, October 23, 2012

Media Relations

Traffic Advisory for Presidential Visit NA12232bb

Los Angeles.  Los Angeles Police Department advises Los Angeles motorists to expect traffic delays during the anticipated visit of the President of the United States.

On Wednesday, October 24, 2012, President Barack Obama is expected to arrive in Los Angeles in order to attend several functions in the area.  Although specific details about his destinations are not available for security purposes, the following information is provided to assist community members who may have a need to drive in those areas where the President may be traveling.  

Every effort will be made to minimize the traffic impact to the public while the President is traveling through the City.  It is anticipated that the following streets may be affected and may experience temporary closures to facilitate the safe passage of the President.  Motorists are encouraged to review the following information and make the necessary plans to avoid those areas during those time periods where traffic may be stopped or congested due to the President’s motorcade.

Date    Time    Streets Likely To Be Affected
10/24/12    4:25 – 8:45 pm    Streets surrounding Los Angeles International (LAX) Airport, and the City of Burbank

The above date, time and area is provided as a general guide and are subject to change without notice.  It is our intent to provide the best possible information to the public without compromising the safety of the President.  The public’s cooperation is greatly appreciated.

Anyone with questions regarding the travel advisory may contact LAPD Media Relations Section at 213-486-5910.  During non-business hours or on weekends, calls should be directed to 1-877-LAPD-24-7 (877-527-3247).



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