Translation:He will not pass by here today.
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会 only means "can" in the context of learned skills, like speaking a foreign language or cooking. In most cases, passing by a certain place would not qualify as a learned skill, so I think it is safe to interpret 会 as "will" in this sentence, in the lack of other context.
Does this sentence mean that he's not stopping by, or he can't come over, or something like that? Meaning we were expecting him to give us a visit, but he won't do that today.
Or is this just about him not walking past here or driving through here?
In short, are we talking about someone's house or a tunnel/bridge/street?