Trump will be in Orlando on Tuesday and is widely expected to officially kick off his run for re-election. Thousands are expected to attend the event at the venue, which seats 20,000. "We’ve got to do as much as possible to educate the people coming in outside the area aware outside the area of what to expect coming into the city," said Billy Hattaway, Orlando's director of transportation. "It'll be more like moving all the attendees of to downtown, into downtown, which is a more compact area."
Camping World Stadium will open for parking at 7 AM.
Additional road closures will be implemented at about 2 p.m. Tuesday, including the westbound Interstate 4 on-ramp from South Street, city transportation officials said, and other road closures could also be implemented as needed.
Note that Church Street from Hughey to Division will close to traffic by 4 p.m. Sunday.
Some roads will also be closed to pedestrian traffic. The roads that will close to pedestrian traffic by 9 a.m. Tuesday are: Church Street from Garland Avenue; Pine Street from Garland Avenue; and Hughey Avenue between Central and South.
All pedestrians attending the event must use Central Boulevard to Division Avenue.