Police issue traffic guidance for Biden’s visit to Albuquerque

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The Albuquerque Police Department is warning the public about likely traffic delays during President Joe Biden’s visit to the city on Tuesday and Wednesday.

According to APD, drivers are advised to avoid I-25 south of I-40 and I-40 west of the Big-I on Tuesday afternoon, as well as Wednesday morning. Some side streets may also be impacted.

There will be a heavy police presence to block traffic. Police say there will be no parking allowed along the route for the motorcade, and parked cars will be towed.

Biden is expected to talk about his administration’s efforts to tackle climate change after a brutal month of record-breaking temperatures in the Southwest.

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