CHICAGO TRAFFIC ADVISORY
Traffic May Be Impacted on Tuesday Due to Election Night Activities
CHICAGO – The Office of Emergency Management and Communications (OEMC) is advising the public that they may experience some minor delays on Lake Shore Drive, various City streets and the Chicagoland expressway systems during their daytime and evening commutes due to election night activities.
There will be intermittent rolling closures that will cause temporary disruptions in the flow of traffic throughout the city.
The Chicago Bulls will also host the Orlando Magic at the United Center on Tuesday, November 6 at 7:00 p.m. Expect additional traffic in the area.
The public is advised to adhere to all parking restrictions. OEMC encourages motorists and residents to read signs before parking due to possible temporary parking bans and restrictions that may be in place during upcoming days.
Please plan accordingly and allow additional travel time to your commute.
To obtain real-time traffic and weather alerts the public is encouraged to subscribe to Notify Chicago at www.notifychicago.org. This is a free service provided by the City of Chicago, administered by the Office of Emergency Management and Communications.
The Office of Emergency Management was established in 1995 to coordinate the City’s delivery of Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services resources. OEMC operates Chicago’s public safety communications system, managing emergency situations and coordinating major events, 311 and 911 Communications Operations. OEMC is also the host to Notify Chicago, a resource for residents to subscribe to receive text and voice alerts related to traffic disruptions, severe weather, health and major incidents. For more information visit our website at www.cityofchicago.org/oemc or “like” us on Facebook at www.facebook/coemc.