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More Traffic? Obama to Head to Glendale after USC Rally

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Street closures for Obama's visit to USC are already in effect, but less talked about his what he's doing after the campus rally this afternoon. He's heading to the Valley for a radio interview. ABC7 predicts his motorcade will likely snarl traffic.Glendale police told the LA Times that there may be some temporary road closures along Central Avenue and the 134 Freeway. If there are any freeway closures, it will only be a couple of minutes, the CHP said.

Obama's schedule is to arrive in Glendate at 3:25 p.m. and leave for LAX at 4:05 p.m. Details of the exact to-and-fro route have not been given.

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