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Traffic-stopping visit for Obama, motorists

Closures planned around airport, university

People work on a tent that was set up at the entrance to the University at Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering the day before President Obama's planned visit.
Photographer: Patrick Dodson
People work on a tent that was set up at the entrance to the University at Albany College of Nanoscale Science and Engineering the day before President Obama's planned visit.
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The city won’t come to a stop because of President Barack Obama’s visit today — but parts of it will slow down noticeably. Travelers in Colonie and the western part of the city — around Albany International Airport and the University at Albany — should expect road closures and travel delays because of President Obama’s brief visit, during which he’ll talk about the high-tech economy. Sections of Interstate 90, Washington Avenue Extension and Fuller Road ...


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