Boca Raton Presidential Debate: Road Closures Finalized

Lynn University Debate

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BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The third presidential debate is set for Lynn University on October 22nd, and with the President, Mitt Romney, and hoards of security and support staff comes significant traffic delays and road closures.

While everything is subject to change — or expand — here is the current “final” list of road closures expected for the debate.

Keep in mind that motorcades will also add to the expected traffic havoc throughout the area.

Beginning at 6:00 am Monday, October 22, 2012 and lasting until 2:00 am Tuesday, October 23, 2012 the following roads will be closed by the Boca Raton Police Services Department for the Presidential Debate at Lynn University.Military Trail from Yamato Road to Potomac Road.Potomac Road from NW 24th Ave to Military Trail.Spanish River Blvd from Broken Sound Blvd to Military Trail.

THIS POST HAS BEEN UPDATED WITH ADDITIONAL INFORMATION AND MAP. CLICK HERE.

We’ll update BocaNewsNow.com constantly, but also check the Boca Raton Police website by clicking here.

Read the very latest on the Debate right here.

 

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