DAYTON, Ohio (WDTN) - Shuttle buses have been set up to help people get to Triangle Park to watch President Obama and Vice President Joe Biden's rally on Tuesday.
Biden will travel to Toledo Tuesday before meeting Obama for a rally in Dayton's Triangle Park. Doors for that event will open at 12:30 p.m., but a ticket is required.
Area parking is limited, and no pedestrian traffic will be permitted through Triangle Park to access Island MetroPark.
Shuttle buses will bring supporters to the event from Downtown Dayton from Main Street, between Second and Third Streets, which is adjacent to the courthouse. Shuttles will be available from 11 a.m. until 1 p.m. before the event.
Small cameras and cell phones are permitted. Signs, bags, umbrellas, chairs or sharp objects are not permitted. Water will be provided at the event.
2 NEWS will stream the speech live on WDTN.com . Live team coverage will be anchored by Mark Allan.
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