Obama’s Chicago visit: Where he’ll be and when so you can avoid traffic

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CHICAGO — President Obama is in Chicago Tuesday for several events. If you’re driving in and around the city, you can expect motorcades and street closures during his visit. Here’s where he’ll be throughout the day (so you can avoid the traffic mess):

Obama arrived at O’Hare Airport shortly after 1 p.m., and he was transported by air to the lakefront.

He will deliver remarks at 2 p.m. at the 122nd Annual International Association of Chiefs of Police at McCormick Place, 2301 S. Lake Shore Drive.

At 3:05 p.m., he is scheduled to participate in a roundtable at Power Reviews Headquarters, 180 N. Lasalle St.

He is also schedule to deliver remarks at a DNC event at 5:25 at Public Hotel, 1301 N. State St

Some are predicting the President may make an appearance at Tuesday night’s Bulls game at the United Center, after spotting the secret service there Tuesday morning.

President Obama is scheduled to depart O’Hare late Wednesday morning.

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