GOP discuss to means downtown trade disruptions Tuesday

The Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, seen in an Oct 2014 photo, is a venue for Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate.

Michael Sears

The Milwaukee Theatre in Milwaukee, seen in an Oct 2014 photo, is a venue for Tuesday night’s Republican presidential debate.


There’s no debating a fact that Tuesday’s Republican presidential debate during a Milwaukee Theatre will have an impact on downtown traffic.

Starting during noon Tuesday, W. Kilbourn Ave. and W. State St. will be sealed to vehicles from N. 4th to N. 6th streets. At a same time, entrance to a Milwaukee Theatre and UWM Panther Arena and a adjacent sidewalks will be singular to those with tickets for a debate. Tickets are sole out.

Anyone formulation to denote is asked to do so during a designated area during a southwest dilemma of N. 4th St. and W. Kilbourn Ave., Milwaukee military pronounced in a news release.

Folks attending a Milwaukee Bucks diversion Tuesday night should enter from a north to strech a arena.

City officials pronounced that parking nearby a Bradley Center and Milwaukee Theatre will be in high demand, and people entrance downtown should concede additional transport time. The military dialect will have additional officers on palm for reserve and security.

The Milwaukee debate, co-hosted by Fox Business Network and The Wall Street Journal, starts with an undercard during 6 p.m. The categorical discuss will be hold from 8 to 10 p.m.

Fox Business Network reliable Friday that a eventuality will be accessible around streaming on a website foxbusiness.com, but a need for a wire subscription.

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