The city made it through the first day of Pope Francis’ historic visit to the U.S. without any massive traffic jams, but will that luck hold?

On the pope’s second full day in D.C., the action will shift to Capitol Hill in the morning, where he’s scheduled to address a joint session of Congress. He will be the first religious leader to do this. But his appearance also means more street closures and road blocks. The map below will give you a sense of how where the closures will be and what your alternatives are.

The pope is scheduled to leave D.C. for the next leg of his trip, which will take him to New York City. He’ll depart out of Joint Base Andrews aboard an American Airlines charter flight. Even so, there may be some closures around the Vatican Embassy so be aware. See the map below for details.