Former President George W. Bush campaigns for his brother Republican presidential candidate, former Florida Gov. Jeb Bush Monday, Feb. 15, 2016, in North Charleston, S.C.

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Commuters could experience some congestion while driving near TCU later this week.

Former President George W. Bush will be the keynote speaker at TCU’s 14th annual Investment Strategies Conference on Feb. 26.

The conference will include two different functions. The first is a series of morning sessions in the D.J. Kelly Alumni Center off Stadium Drive. Later that day, Bush will give the keynote address at a luncheon in the Brown-Lupton University Union.

TCU police Sgt. Kathy Moody said TCU and Fort Worth police will be working that day to keep traffic flowing smoothly.

“There will be two police officers assisting with crossing Stadium Drive during the lunch hour,” Moody said. “There will be restricted access to the BLUU Ballroom area, but the goal is to not cause a disruption to student activities.”

In addition, two visitor parking lots will be closed for the day and designated for “trustees and distinguished guests,” Moody said.

Fort Worth police Sgt. Steven Enright said the department can’t release the route of the former president’s procession due to security concerns.