Drivers beware: The president and first lady will be staying in Waikiki on Friday night.
The president and first lady landed on Oahu on Friday afternoon for a busy, one-day stopover.
After landing, the president made his way to Camp Smith and then to Waikiki.
Later in the afternoon, President Trump will visit the USS Arizona Memorial. He's expected to be back in Waikiki by 8 p.m.
On Saturday, the president is expected to depart Waikiki before 7 a.m., and all roads should be reopened by about 9 a.m.
Here are the anticipated impacts:
In Waikiki, "no parking" signs have gone up along several roadways. The parking restrictions are in effect from 10 p.m. Thursday to 1 p.m. Saturday.
Officials are urging residents and visitors to allow for extra travel time and to prepare for heightened security, especially in Waikiki.
In addition to road closures, officials say some pedestrian areas will be off limited and some bus stops will be closed.
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