Photos: Biden in town to tout infrastructure, makes stop at Tacos 1986

The President is in town.

Those words are enough to scare any Southland commuter. It turns out that reducing traffic congestion was one of the reasons President Biden was in town.

He is officially visiting the West Coast to promote his infrastructure bill and support local Democratic candidates. On Thursday, he also made an impromptu stop at a Westwood taco shop and attended a fundraiser.

Attention Orange County commuters. He’s on his way to you on Friday.

President Joe Biden stopped by Tacos in Westwood in 1986

President Biden, mayoral candidate Karen Bass (center) and LA County Supervisor Hilda Solis (right) stop at Tacos 1986 in Westwood.

(Eli Stokols/Los Angeles Times)

President Joe Biden visited a subway construction site with mayoral candidate Karen Bass

President Biden visits a Los Angeles subway construction site with mayoral candidate Karen Bass to highlight federal investments to strengthen the country’s infrastructure.

(Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times)

Guests take their selfie with President Joe Biden after visiting the site

A guest takes his selfie with President Biden at the construction site.

(Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times)

President Joe Biden chats with the construction crew after visiting the site for the future Metro D Line terminus.

President Biden chats with construction workers at the construction site for the future Metro D (Purple) Line terminus.

(Irfan Khan/Los Angeles Times)

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