Metro Releases Video to Help Riders Prepare for 2013 Presidential Inauguration
Fewer riders are expected this year than for the 2009 presidential inauguration of Barack Obama, but some stations will close and other transportation adjustments will be made.
The Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority has released a video designed to help riders prepare for the President Barack Obama's second inauguration on Monday.
To view the video, click the media player above this article.
Though Metro and security officials are expecting a much smaller crowd than in 2009, trains and buses will still be quite crowded and some Metro stations and bus stops will be closed.
For more on how Metro is preparing for increased ridership, see:
For much more on transportation, events, weather and all things related to the inauguration, see Patch’s special 2013 presidential inauguration section here.