APD Issues Traffic Guidance for President’s Visit

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August 8, 2023, 12:54 am , , ,

Posted By: ABQ RAW Staff

Posted On: 08/07/2023 @ 5:50PM

Albuquerque, NM –

On August 7, 2023, the Albuquerque Police Department (APD) released important traffic guidance for the upcoming visit of the President to the city. With the aim of ensuring the safety and smooth flow of traffic during this high-profile event, APD is seeking the cooperation of the media and the public.

**Key Traffic Alerts:**

– Date and Time:

The President’s visit is scheduled for Tuesday and Wednesday.

– Traffic Hotspots:

Drivers are advised to avoid the I-25 south of I-40 and I-40 west of the Big I on Tuesday afternoon and Wednesday morning.

– Possible Side Streets Impact:

Some side streets may also experience traffic delays due to the event.

– APD Presence:

APD will have a strong presence to manage and control traffic effectively. Officers will be stationed strategically to ensure minimal disruptions.

Public Patience Requested:

While every effort will be made to maintain traffic flow, the public is urged to exercise patience and understanding, considering potential delays in the specified areas.

– No Parking Along Route: To facilitate the motorcade’s movement, there will be no parking allowed along the designated route. Any parked vehicles will be subject to towing.

As the visit garners attention for Albuquerque, it becomes crucial to prioritize safety and traffic management, ensuring seamless functioning of the city. APD’s proactive approach and the community’s cooperation will play a pivotal role in achieving this goal.

Stay informed, stay patient, and stay safe during the President’s visit.

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