Most of the security restrictions, road blocks and transit schedule changes for the inauguration won't begin until Monday.
President Obama's inauguration will shine a spotlight on the Pennsylvania Avenue bike lanes, much to the delight of D.C. officials
The presidential inauguration and the federal Martin Luther King Jr. holiday both fall on Monday, which will make getting around the region tricky. Here's a guide to transportation changes for that day.
On the last part of the journey to the swearing-in or parade, your feet will be the primary mode of transportation.
Here's a rundown of what you need to know about biking to inauguration, including details on Capital Bikeshare preparations and bike racks in Northwest Washington.
Amtrak will be adding two Acela trains between New York and Washington for the inauguration on Monday
Metro has posted a video with travel tips for getting around the transit system on inauguration day.
The Metrobus plan for Monday will affect service on about 50 routes.
Metro has a new brochure available at rail stations with a lot of helpful advice for travel next Monday.
The week leading up to Inauguration Day and the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday begins with many changes in local bus services