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If you planning to use a ride-sharing app such as Uber or Lyft, there will be a geofence around the security perimeter, meaning the apps will not work inside it. Attendees using the services will have to leave the perimeter to get picked up. And even when you are outside the perimeter, most likely you will have to wait long time to get a ride-share car. In addition, most likely there will be surcharge rate due to high demand. Last time when we had the inauguration in DC, ride-share companies were charging double the rate of what we charge for short distance trips. It was even on the news as to how ridicilously expensive it was. We recommend using our services. We are headache free, efficient, luxury, better personal service, and most likely cheaper. You will have a dedicated driver waiting for you. Frustration will be signaficantly reduced with a dedicated car service. Our drivers will get as close as possible to pick you up. The frustration will be minimized as much as possible. Not to mention cold or rainy day might be added bonus to misery. We strongly recommend using a car service in order to enjoy the day and significantly reduce the inconveience.
The 59th inaugural ceremonies are scheduled for Jan. 20, 2021, on the West Lawn of the U.S. Capitol in Washingtob D.C. Both the vice president-elect and president-elect will take Oaths of Office, which usually takes place at noon, followed by an inaugural address. Attendance will be mostly limited to Congress and COVID-19 safety protocols outlined by the inauguration's chief medical adviser.
The 20th amendment to the Constitution specifies that the term of each elected President of the United States begins at noon on January 20 of the year following the election. Each president must take the oath of office before assuming the duties of the position.
As of now, an Inauguration Day event with only about 1,000 people in attendance is being set up. Normally, 200,000 tickets are distributed to members of Congress for their constituents. Biden has indicated that the inauguration will likely emulate aspects of this year's Democratic National Committee, which was held nearly entirely virtually. Inaugural ceremonies have been held in nine other locations outside of the U.S. Capitol, according to the JCCIC. While some inaugurations have been held indoors due to bad weather, there has not been a digital-only ceremony.
A lighting ceremony honoring American lives lost due to COVID-19 will take place on Jan. 19 at 5:30 p.m. at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool. Joe Biden is planning to attend to the lighting ceremony at the Lincoln Memorial Reflecting Pool to honor those killed by the coronavirus. Communities across the country are invited to join by lighting buildings and ringing church bells The Presidential Inaugural Committee said Dec. 31 that it would be the "first-ever lighting around the Reflecting Pool to memorialize American lives lost." It is also inviting communities around the country to join Washington in lighting up buildings and ringing church bells at 5:30 p.m. in "a national moment of unity and remembrance."
Tickets are required for seated and standing areas near the stage and seats along the parade route in normal years, but the rest of the National Mall is open to the public. If you want to watch the inaugural ceremonies from up close, you'll need to talk to your local representatives first. Inaugural balls and other related events around the city require separate tickets.
In normal circumstances, Washington DC would see hundreds of thousands of inauguration revellers flock to the city, swarming the National Mall and selling out hotels - an estimated two million came when President Obama was sworn in for his first term in 2009. But this year, the celebration's size will be "extremely limited", the Biden team has said, and it has urged Americans to avoid travelling to the capital. Mr Biden and Ms Harris will still take their oaths in front of the US Capitol, overlooking the Mall (a tradition that started with President Ronald Reagan in 1981) but viewing stands that had been constructed along the parade route are being taken down. In the past, up to 200,000 tickets were up for grabs to attend the official ceremony, but this year, with infections still surging across the US, only around 1,000 tickets will be available. This year, there will still be a "pass in review" ceremony - a traditional part of the peaceful transfer of power, where the new commander in chief inspects the troops, but instead of the usual parade down Pennsylvania Avenue to the White House, organizers say they will host a a "virtual parade" across the US. Mr Biden, Ms Harris and their spouses will then be escorted to the White House by members of the military, including a band and drum corps.
A large parade event is highly unlikely this year because of Covid-19 restrictions. However, after being sworn in, the president typically goes on a ceremonial parade down Pennsylvania Avenue from the U.S. Capitol to the White House. In the past, the parade has begun at approximately 3 p.m. on Inauguration Day. Thousands of spectators line up along Pennsylvania Avenue during the parade. A limited number of bleacher seats can usually be reserved through the Presidential Inaugural Committee, though viewing from the sidewalk is free and unreserved. The Presidential Inaugural Committee highly recommends enjoying the televised parade from home this year.
More information can be found via the Presidential Inaugural Committee. Mayor Bowser's office also has a dedicated website for the event.
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