Avoid Driving into Washington, DC on Inauguration Day if You Can

Barack Obama

President Barack Obama Inauguration Day 2009

Inauguration Day in Washington, DC on January 20, 2009, will bring about some serious gridlock anywhere within five miles or more around the Inauguration festivities. Local police will be be shutting down local roads and bridges to deny access in and around that area. People may grumble about it, but it is being done to ensure the safety of the new President (Barack Obama) and the general public. Deal with it as best as you can and most importantly, ENJOY this day. It is a glorious moment in history. Not just for Washington, DC and the United States, but for the world as well. The whole world was watching Election Day. Millions of people worldwide were thrilled when we the people elected Barack Obama as the next President of the United States of America. Barack Obama will become the 44th President of the United States. I have added resources below to make your experience on Inauguration Day 2009 a pleasant and memorable one.

Inauguration Day Resources

Putting the Finishing Touches on Barack Obama’s Inauguration Day Ceremony – New Link – 1-18-2009

Yours in inauguration information and resources,
Joseph R. Mays

2 responses to “Avoid Driving into Washington, DC on Inauguration Day if You Can

  1. I won’t be subject to the traffic problems as I’m in the UK, but I stayed up all night to watch your election and was thrilled and proud for America that you chose Obama.

    I will be watching his inauguration too, and smiling, because of the message of hope and tolerance that his election signifies.

    America has come a long way in a short time, now if only we can get the rest of the world to follow. 😀

  2. You won’t be able to drive even close to the inauguration, so just park and walk! Problem solved. Added bonus = fat tourists may burn a few calories.

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