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Traffic Advisories as President Visits Los Angeles

Expect temporary street closures Tuesday morning



    President Barack Obama is scheduled to visit Hancock Park and Glendale Tuesday to conclude a two-day fundraising visit in Southern California.

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    Exact details of his travel plans were not released, but the Los Angeles Police Department issued a traffic advisory for several areas.

    The President is expected to visit the Hancock Park area for a fundraiser at the home of "Friends" sitcom co-creator Marta Kauffman. Drivers also can expect delays in the Glendale area as the President visits DreamWorks Animation studio (map), located northeast of the 134 Freeway/5 Freeway interchange.

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    Tuesday Advisories

    8 a.m. to 10:45 a.m.: Barricades will block some streets in the Hancock Park area bounded by Fairfax Avenue on the west, Beverly  Boulevard to the north, Western Avenue to the east and Pico Boulevard to the  south.

    10:30 a.m.: Streets will begin closing in Glendale, in an area  bounded generally by San Fernando Road to the northeast, Grandview Avenue to  the northwest, and Riverside Drive and the Los Angeles River to the south.

    1:15 to 2 p.m.: The President is expected to board a helicopter for departure from LAX.

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