Biden visit to Boston will close streets near Logan, in Back Bay, and Seaport, police say


Boston police are warning of street closures and traffic delays in city neighborhoods ahead of President Biden’s visit on Tuesday afternoon.

Biden will travel to Boston after flying to New Hampshire to speak at an official event, according to the White House.

Boston traffic will be affected between noon and 8 p.m., with street closures near Logan Airport, in the Back Bay, and in the Seaport District, Boston police said in a post on social media.

While in Boston, the president will participate in two campaign receptions, the White House said Monday.

When Biden departs from Boston, he will return to the White House.

Pro-Palestinian demonstrators intend to protest Biden’s visit with a 3:30 p.m. rally at South Station, according to an Instagram post by the Boston Party for Socialism and Liberation.

The trip will mark Biden’s second visit to New Hampshire since he won the state’s first-in-the-nation primary in January, thanks to a write-in campaign, despite skipping the early contest to instead recognize South Carolina as holding the first Democratic presidential nominating contest.

Biden returned to New Hampshire in March for the first time in two years.

Material from previous Globe coverage was used in this report.


Tonya Alanez can be reached at tonya.alanez@globe.com. Follow her @talanez.





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