In anticipation of President’s visit today, Wednesday, May 10th, residents and visitors of the Upper East Side, Manhattan, are advised to expect increased traffic and several street closures. The visit, which is likely to draw a significant crowd and heightened security measures, is expected to cause substantial disruptions to the usual flow of traffic in the area.
Motorists and pedestrians are advised to plan their routes in advance and make necessary adjustments to their travel plans to avoid inconvenience. The specific streets subject to closure have not been announced at this time, but commuters are urged to stay updated via official city advisories.
The President’s visit to the Upper East Side, a neighborhood known for its affluence and high-profile residents, underlines the importance of the area in local and national politics. Further details about the purpose or itinerary of the President’s visit were not immediately available.
City officials and law enforcement agencies are working together to ensure minimal disruption and maintain public safety during the visit. Residents are requested to cooperate with the temporary measures in place for this high-profile visit. Further updates regarding the situation will be provided as they become available.
TODAY, Wednesday, May 10th due to @POTUS visit, expect increased traffic & street closures on the Upper East Side, Manhattan. pic.twitter.com/4eniWQkY3a
— NYPD 19th Precinct (@NYPD19Pct) May 10, 2023