Updated Road Closures For Boca Raton Debate At Lynn University

Boca Raton Debate Lynn University Road Closures

Updated map of Boca Raton Road Closures Due To Lynn University Presidential Debate. Courtesy: Boca Raton PD.

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The latest road closures are out from our friends at Boca Raton Police, and there is now a map to help residents visualize what will be closed and when.

As of this update, here is what will be closed starting Monday at 6am and lasting until 2am on Tuesday:

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.

Expect protestors in the area, so it is extremely likely that other streets will be closed with little notice. And from our experience, the Secret Service will do whatever the Secret Service wants to do, whenever it wants to do it.

In other words: while this is the official list, expect the entire area — from I-95 to the Turnpike — to be subject to closures with no notice.

We have a Questions and Answers list about the Debate. Click here. 



 

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