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Inauguration Ceremonies

MAP AND GUIDELINES January 21, 2013 The Capitol of the United States of America City of Washington
MA P OF LO C ATIONS OF G AT E S AND GUE ST SECT ION S F OR T ICKET HOL DERS

Please bring the Map and Guidelines and your ticket to the Inauguration
First St. NE.
Constitution Ave. NE. Independence Ave. SE.

First St. SE.

D St. NE

Blue Tickets Enter Here

Russell Senate Of ce Building

Cannon House Of ce Building

Capitol South Metro Station Access Point for Red Ticket Holders
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C St. SE. D St. SE

C St. NE

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Capitol Visitor Center

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Union Station Metro Station Access Point for Blue Ticket Holders
D St. NW

Blue Ticket Screening

Longworth House Of ce Building South Capitol St.

United States Capitol

Red Tickets Enter Here


North Planter Northwest Standing
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North Standing First St. NW.


Constitution Ave. NW.

South Standing

Red Ticket Screening


First St. SW.

West Standing

C St. NW

NW

Orange Tickets Enter Here

Orange Ticket Screening

Green Ticket Screening


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U.S. Botanic Garden

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C St. SW.

Yellow Tickets Enter Here


Third St. NW. C St. NW.

Union Square
Third St.
Jefferson Dr.

Gold Ticket Screening

Third St. SW.

Yellow Ticket Screening


National Gallery of Art (East Wing) Fourth St. NW.

Gold Tickets Enter Here


Independence Ave. SW.

Indiana Ave. NW

Judiciary Square Metro Station Access Point for Orange and Yellow Ticket Holders

Madison Dr.

Mall Standing Area

National Museum of the American Indian

Federal Center SW Metro Station Access Point for Green and Gold Ticket Holders
Fourth St. SW. C St. SW.

Non-Ticketed Mall Standing Area

See Guidelines on reverse for additional Metro Stations.


Please Note: All Entrances Accessible Entrance will only be granted at Gate indicated on Admission Ticket. All ticket holders will be required to pass through security screening. The following are PROHIBITED: Firearms; ammunition; explosives, including fireworks; knives, blades and other sharp objects; mace and pepper spray; sticks or poles; pocket or hand tools; packages, backpacks, large bags, duffel bags and suitcases; aerosol sprays; thermoses and coolers; strollers; umbrellas; laser pointers; air horns; signs and posters; animals (other than service animals); portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons); alcoholic beverages; and any other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by security screeners.

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Guidelines for Inauguration Ceremonies


Plan to arrive early and dress appropriately for the weather! Gates open at 7:00 A.M.
There is no street or public parking on or near the U.S. Capitol Grounds. U.S. Capitol Police will close all streets in the vicinity of the Capitol, and ticket holders are strongly encouraged to walk or use public transportation. The U.S. Capitol Building will be closed to the public. Ticketed guests should be prepared for dense crowds on Metro and other forms of public transportation. Those riding Metro are encouraged to plan a route that avoids transfers. Alternative Metro stations are suggested below, in addition to the Metro stations closest to the Capitol. Signs guiding ticketholders to the Capitol will be posted throughout the city. For updates, please consult: Website: Joint Congressional Committee on Inaugural Ceremonies: inaugural.senate.gov For the most up-to-date information, download the WEB APP at inaugural.senate.gov on any smartphone. Twitter: @jccic2013 and @secretservice with the common hashtag #inaug2013 To receive free emergency alerts and public notifications regarding the Inauguration, text the word INAUGURATION to 888777. Text messaging fees may apply. Please be advised that you must leave the ticketed area after the event is over. Signs will be posted directing you back to Metro stations.

Public Access Points to the Ticketed Areas:


Red Ticket Holders Take Metro to Capitol South (Orange or Blue Line) or Eastern Market (Orange or Blue Line). Enter screening point at C Street and South Capitol Street, SE. Red Gate ONLY. Take Metro to Federal Center, SW (Orange or Blue Line) or LEnfant Plaza (Orange, Blue, Yellow or Green Line). Enter screening point at D Street and Second Street, SW. Green Gate ONLY. Take Metro to Judiciary Square (Red Line) or Gallery Place (Red, Yellow or Green Line). Enter screening point at First Street and D Street, NW. Orange Gate ONLY. Take Metro to Union Station (Red Line) or NoMa Gallaudet U (Red Line). Enter screening point at Delaware Avenue and D Street, NE. Blue Gate ONLY. Take Metro to Federal Center, SW (Orange or Blue Line) or LEnfant Plaza (Orange, Blue, Yellow or Green Line). Enter screening point at Third Street and C Street, SW. Gold Gate ONLY. Take Metro to Judiciary Square (Red Line) or Gallery Place (Red, Yellow or Green Line). Enter screening point at Third Street and D Street, NW. Yellow Gate ONLY.

Green Ticket Holders

Orange Ticket Holders

Blue Ticket Holders

Gold Ticket Holders

Yellow Ticket Holders

Ticket holders will be required to pass through security screening.


The following are PROHIBITED: Firearms; ammunition; explosives, including fireworks; knives, blades and other sharp objects; mace and pepper spray; sticks or poles; pocket or hand tools; packages, backpacks, large bags, duffel bags and suitcases; aerosol sprays; thermoses and coolers; strollers; umbrellas; laser pointers; air horns; signs and posters; animals (other than service animals); portable chairs (other than those for disabled persons); alcoholic beverages; and any other items that may pose a threat to the security of the event as determined by security screeners. All entrances to the ceremonies are accessible and are noted on the map. For additional information regarding accessibility, please call the Office of Congressional Accessibility Services (OCAS) recorded information line at 202-224-1500 (voice) or 202-228-1612 (TTY). You may also contact OCAS directly at 202-224-4048 (voice) or 202-224-4049 (TTY).

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