Politics & Government

January 8, 2009 3:11 PM

Getting around D.C. during inauguration requires planning

All roads will lead to Washington on Inauguration Day, but many of them will be closed. With packed trains, buses and planes, how will as many as 2 million people who are hoping to witness history crowd into a city whose subway system usually accommodates 718,000 a day?

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