2:45 p.m. update: President Donald Trump has arrived at the Flextronics plant in Northwest Austin where he will take an hour-long tour of the plant with Apple CEO Tim Cook this afternoon.
Air Force One landed at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport around 1: 50.00
Trump's motorcade then took Texas 130 north to US 290 east and headed west before turning northwest toward US 183 to reach Apple Inc. manufacturing facilities .
Trump is expected to return to the airport after touring the facility. His route back to the airport has not been revealed.
2:30 pm update: President Donald Trump's car journey travels northwest of the United States 183 as he makes his way to an Apple Inc. manufacturing facility.
Trump landed at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport around 1
Traffic in the southbound lanes of Texas 130 slowed as the motorcade headed north.
2:10 p.m. update: President Donald Trump's drive will take Texas 130 to get to Northwest Austin where he will visit an Apple manufacturing facility.
1:50 p.m. update: President Donald Trump has landed at Austin-Bergstrøm International Airport.
Closes in the area are expected as he moves to Northwest Austin. Traffic is heavy on Texas 71 East just outside the airport.
Update 11:25 am: Operations at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport and surrounding roads will be affected by President Donald Trump's visit to the city, airport officials said.
Travelers should give themselves extra time to get to the airport this afternoon, airport officials said.
Trump left Washington, DC, at Marine One at 10:43 a.m. in Texas time and is behind schedule for 6 p.m. 20:20 arrival in Austin, according to pool reports. He was about an hour late leaving Washington, D.C.
When the iconic blue Boeing 747 touches down in Austin, runway operations at the airport will close. This means no take-off, landings, taxiing of aircraft or even loading and unloading of luggage.
The presidents typically take about 20 minutes to meet and greet local officials on the tarmac before heading into town, but Trump is scheduled to get his motorcade rolling at 1:30 pm After that, flight operations should resume.
Trump's motorcade is expected to return to the airport by 3:35 p.m. and he will depart from Air Force One about ten minutes later, according to the White House.
9am update: According to an itinerary released by the White House on Wednesday, President Donald Trump will arrive at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport at 8.20pm
Trump is scheduled to leave the airport at 1:30 pm and make his way to Flextronics factory in Northwest Austin near the United States 183. His motorcade is expected to arrive at Flextronics at 1 p.m. 14.5.
The passage of the motorcade will lead to major road closures in the Austin area, but Trump's exact route is still unknown for security reasons.
Texas 71 or US 183 will probably be closed if the motorcade leaves the airport from the north or west. But his route to Northwest Austin may include:
• Takes US 183 / Ed Bluestein Boulevard as the most direct route, but the lane is plagued by rough sidewalk patches and lanes restricted by construction.
• Uses Interstate 35, but that would probably mean blocking the journey from Texas 71 in South Austin to US 183 in Northeast Austin until Trump's motorcade passes.
• Traveling on MoPac Boulevard (Loop 1), another direct north-south artery to get to Northwest Austin, but it will require a much longer trip west, probably along Texas 71 (Ben White Boulevard).
Because it is still unclear whether Trump will use the same route returning to the airport, drivers may encounter a completely different set of highway closures a few hours later.
Trump's motorcade is expected to leave Flextronics in Northwest Austin at 3 p.m., arriving at the airport by 3:35 p.m. before Trump leaves from Air Force One about ten minutes later, according to the White House.
Previously: If you have a student in the Del Valle school district, you may want to plan for extra traffic during your afternoon commute Wednesday.
President Donald Trump will land at Austin-Bergstrom International Airport before visiting an Apple Inc. manufacturing facility in Northwest Austin on Wednesday.
His route on the motorcade is likely to cause roads near Del Valle and the airport to be closed in the early afternoon as he heads into town and a few hours later when he returns to the airport.
Del Valle district officials said his visit could affect campus access during school hours or delay student enrollment after school hours. The district said it will provide updates on changes through mobile apps and social media accounts.
The president's motorcade route through Austin has not been revealed, but Texas 71 and US 183, located at the airport, can be closed down.
Due to the president's scheduled visit to Austin tomorrow, there may be street closures that cause delays in transporting students home and school accessibility. We will provide you with updates when we receive them on the DVISD Mobile App, Twitter and Facebook. pic.twitter.com/Q5gQV4xI4tebrit19459003??— Del Valle ISD (@DelValleISD) November 20, 2019