The Clinton Presidential Library and the city of Little Rock announced traffic and crowd control plans today for the November 18th opening of the Clinton Presidential Library. The Clinton Foundation has former White House events planner Isabel Rodriguez running the show, along with Paul Winston, a veteran of three Olympics, three Super Bowls and World Cup soccer transportation planning. The streets in Little Rock`s River Market District will be closed, starting at midnight before the grand opening, and won`t reopen until midnight November 19th. Street parking in the area will also be prohibited starting mid-afternoon November 17th. Interstate 30 near the library will stay open, but downtown exits will close the night before the grand opening. An estimated 30,000 people with tickets for the event should use public transportation for three park and ride lots at the fairgrounds, Alltel Arena and Pike Parking in North Little Rock. Tickets for the general public to tour the library starting November 19th will go on sale the opening week at Historic Arkansas Museum. But organizers encourage Arkansans to let out-of-state guests go first and, if they are patient, the entrance will be free Thanksgiving weekend.