In 2009, an estimated 1.8 million people attended the Inauguration of Barack Obama in Washington, D.C. Crowds are traditionally large during this time, which creates challenges for transportation to and from inaugural events. Please consult the resources listed below for additional information on transportation and parking during Inauguration Week 2013.
- WMATA Metro Service – The Washington, D.C. Metro service has opened an Inauguration information page to help visitors navigate the city on January 21, 2013
- District of Columbia Inauguration Page – Helpful information about how to get around during the 2013 Inauguration
- MARC Train Service – The Maryland Transit Administration has posted its Inauguration Day information, including schedules
- U.S. Secret Service – An inaugural page has been set up with a list of road closures on Inauguration day
- National Capital Region – Traffic alerts and information for the D.C. area
- U.S. Coast Guard – Information about restrictions on waterways during the Inauguration
- Parking Panda – Parking Panda is a service which allows you to conveniently reserve a parking space near the Capitol building in advance