MADISON (WKOW) -- If you're heading to the University of Wisconsin-Madison campus on Thursday for President Barack Obama's visit, university officials want you to be prepared.
Thursday's event will be held on Bascom Hill. The event is free to attend, but you must RSVP here to attend.
Campus officials say the line to enter the event will form on the sidewalk on Observatory Drive to the west of Bascom Hall. Observatory Drive will be closed to traffic from Babcock Drive to Park Street. All who enter the event must show their registration on their mobile phone or a printout and undergo screening by metal detector.
UW-Madison says downtown traffic will be affected by street closings throughout the day on Thursday. Campus streets that will be entirely or partially closed include:
For more information on parking, the carry-in policy, and other things you should keep in mind, click here.
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