WASHINGTON DC - Expect heavy congestion for President Obama's second Inauguration this Monday, January 21.
The State Highway Administration urges you to plan ahead and expect heavy traffic ad transit delays.
The heaviest traffic in the DC region is anticipated between 8a.m. and noon.
You are strongly encouraged to carpool, use park and rides ( http://tinyurl.com/aoavdxr ) and arrive early if parking or using the Washington Metro system.
For MTA options, go to: www.mta.maryland.gov.
If you are not planning to attend any inaugural activities in Washington, the best advice is to avoid the area.
Real time traffic information is available at www.MD511.org or by calling 511 or 1-855-GO511MD.
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