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  Nissan 9, 5773 , 20/03/13

Police Hotline during Presidential Visit

Some 15,000 police officers will secure the visit of President Obama to Israel, in addition to 600 members of the Presidential entourage. 2000 police fences will be positioned across the capital.

The public is welcome to call the special police hotline for real time updates on re-routing of Jerusalem traffic.

Starting at 13:15 Highway 1 from Ben Gurion airport to Jerusalem will be closed for an hour. Expect morning traffic to the airport to also be disrupted intermittently.

No parking of traffic will be enabled in Jerusalem on the following streets: King David St from Customs junction, Emil Bhoutta St, Mapo St, Lincoln St, and Washington St towards King David St.

No parking will be enabled on the following streets: Admoni, King David, Customs junction, Agron, Paris Square, Ramban, Rupin, Samuel Wise, Museums Boulevard, Kaplan (between Rothschild and Rupin), Israel Museum parking lot, Arlozorov, HaNassi, Wingate Square, Smolasky, Keren HaYesod, Flumer Square, Balfour, HaAri, Emil Bhoutta.

King David St will be closed from Wednesday morning until Friday at 12:00 from Mamila mall (Customs junction) to Flumer Square with no parking available. (Walla!)

Other archived news briefs:Mar 20 2013, 02:57 PM, 3/20/2013