BOSTON (WHDH) - Boston Police and Massachusetts State Police are warning people of possible traffic delays due to President Joe Biden’s one-day visit to Boston.

Boston Police warned that “vehicular and pedestrian traffic will be impacted” Monday “due to a special event” in the areas of Logan Airport and the JFK Library, where Biden is set to deliver speeches. Biden is expected to arrive at Logan Airport by 11:20 a.m. to give a speech on his Bipartisan Infrastructure Law and then will head to the JFK Library in Dorchester to give a speech on cancer.

State Police also advised residents and visitors to “plan ahead for potential traffic disruption,” adding “[T]here may be bus delays as well.”

This is Biden’s second visit to the Bay State in recent months. He visited Somerset in July to give a speech about investments in clean energy. His wife, Jill Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris have also recently visited Massachusetts.

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