President Obama will kick off a two day trip to New York with a Wednesday speech at the Tappan Zee Bridge, near Tarrytown, on infrastructure spending. Obama is pushing Congress for more spending on infrastructure, in an effort to improve the economy while fixing deteriorating roads, bridges, and airports across the country. As expected, there will be numerous travel delays across the area.

The President is also set to headline fundraising events for the Democratic National Committee and the Democratic Senatorial Campaign Committee tomorrow as well. He will wrap up his trip on Thursday, as he is set to speak at the dedication of National September 11 Memorial and Museum.