President Biden's visit to Hudson Valley: What you need to know

President Joe Biden's visit to the Hudson Valley is expected to have an impact on traffic in the region today.
Air Force One landed at Stewart International Airport just before noon. The president was greeted by Gov. Kathy Hochul (D), Reps. Sean Patrick Maloney (D-NY 18) and Pat Ryan (D- NY-19), and Orange County Supervisor Steve Neuhaus (R).
Biden toured the IBM campus ahead of his speech.
Dutchess County Emergency Management says Route 9, between Marist College and IBM Road, will be affected by road closures and delays until 3 p.m.
The area of IBM and Spackenkill Road will also be impacted.
Officials ask that you use alternate routes as there will be a lot of traffic and delays.
The Secret Service has also released a notice saying there is a no drone flight zone in the area today. This is a customary practice for the Secret Service and FAA as an added layer of security.
During the visit, IBM announced a plan to invest $20 billion across the Hudson Valley region over the next 10 years. The White House says the plan is a manufacturing "boom" spurred by this summer's passage of a $280 billion legislative package intended to boost the U.S. semiconductor industry and scientific research.