Boca Raton Roads Now Closed For Lynn Presidential Debate

BOCA RATON, FL (BocaNewsNow.com) — The third Presidential Debate is tonight at Lynn University and as expected, roads around the campus are now closed as the Secret Service and Boca Raton PD create what is often referred to as a “bubble” to create a security seal for President Obama and Mitt Romney.

Expect growing delays throughout the day in the area of Lynn. The specific road closures are:

road closures boca raton presidential debate.

Click the map above to take a closer look at road closures for the debate at Lynn University in Boca Raton.

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 list, however, is not exhaustive. Additional roads will be closed or controlled as the candidates move through the area. It is likely that I-95 and the Florida Turnpike will experience delays — possibly massive delays — at various times over the next two days.

Here is our list of frequently asked questions for area residents wondering how the debate will impact life through mid-day Tuesday, when cleanup is expected to be complete.


 

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