TRAFFIC ALERT: President Biden’s visit may cause road backups in the Miami area
President Joe Biden He will be in South Florida on Tuesday, scheduled to arrive at Miami International Airport at 4pm at the start of rush hour.
Biden is scheduled to hold two fundraisers hosted by wealthy donors, one in Palm Beach and the other in Miami, according to his campaign.
Here’s what you need to know about potential traffic correlations:
Where will Biden stop in Palm Beach County?
Biden is scheduled to depart Joint Base Andrews in Maryland at 10:05 a.m., and arrive at 12:55 p.m. at Palm Beach International Airport, in West Palm Beach.
His convoy will then travel to Jupiter, arriving there around 2pm for a campaign reception.
It is not publicly known where the fundraiser will take place in Jupiter or what route the procession will take, but it may travel north on Interstate 95 and State Road A1A.
Biden does not intend to stay in Jupiter for long. He is expected to return to Palm Beach Airport before 3:30 p.m. His motorcade could travel south on State Route A1A and I-95 or it could head east on West Indiantown Road before heading south on I-95.
Where will Biden stop in Miami-Dade County?
Biden is scheduled to arrive at Miami International Airport at 4 p.m., at the beginning of rush hour.
At approximately 6:45 p.m., he will attend a campaign reception somewhere in the Miami area.
Neither the White House nor the Biden campaign shared the exact location of the fundraiser. but Politico got an invite Which was said to be at the home of Democratic National Committee Chairman W Coral Gables attorney Chris Korg.
A quick search of Miami-Dade real estate records under Korge’s name shows he owns several condos in downtown Coral Gables and owns a house in Pinecrest.
The procession can take any MIA highway, from I-95 south to US 1, or the Dolphin Highway (State Route 836) west to the Palmetto Highway (State Route 826) south to US 1. and on to Pinecrest.
At 8:05 p.m., Biden is expected to depart HIA for Joint Base Andrews.