The Los Angeles Police Department is advising motorists to expect traffic delays across the Westside during President Barack Obama’s two-day visit to Los Angeles starting today.
Obama is expected to arrive at Los Angeles International Airport at 4:45 pm Monday in order to attend several functions in the area.
Although specific locations about his destinations are not available for security purposes, website politicalpartytime.org says Obama will today appear at fundraisers at the Beverly Hills-area homes of former basketball player Magic Johnson and Saban Capital Group Chairman Haim Saban for the Democratic Congressional Campaign Committee and Democratic Senate Campaign Committee.
KTLA reports that Obama will visit the DreamWorks Animation studio in Glendale Tuesday morning to deliver remarks about the economy.
Obama is then scheduled to conduct a fundraiser Tuesday for the Democratic National Committee at the Hancock Park home of Marta Kauffman, a co-creator of the hit NBC comedy “Friends,” according to politicalpartytime.org.
Streets Likely To Be Affected Monday, Nov. 25
— 4-5 pm: Streets surrounding Los Angeles International (LAX) Airport
— 4:45-10 pm: Streets surrounding Westwood Area and the City of Beverly Hills:
West to East: 405 Freeway to La Cienega Boulevard
North to South: Santa Monica Boulevard to Venice Boulevard
Streets Likely To Be Affected Tuesday, Nov. 26
— 8-10:45 am: Streets surrounding the Wilshire Area of Los Angeles:
West to East: Fairfax Avenue to Western Avenue
North to South: Beverly Boulevard to Pico Boulevard
City of Glendale
— 10:30 am – 1:30 pm: Streets within the City of Glendale:
West to East: Riverside Drive, San Fernando Road and Grandview Avenue to North Pacific Avenue
North to South: West Kenneth Road to Victory Boulevard, San Fernando Road, 5 and 134 Freeway
— 1:15-2 pm: Streets surrounding Los Angeles International (LAX) Airport