NEW YORK STATE -- We have a traffic reminder for anyone traveling through parts of Central and Western New York on Thursday or Friday. As President Barack Obama makes his way from Buffalo to Syracuse on Thursday afternoon, the New York State Thruway is expected to be impacted.
Drivers should be prepared for temporary road closures, and expect major delays and slow downs over the next two days.
According to officials, drivers may not even be able to enter the Thruway at certain interchanges.
There will also be several road closures near Henninger High School in Syracuse for the duration of the President's event. Delays are expected on all the roads surrounding the school.
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