FILE - This Jan. 20, 2009 file photo shows the line of purple ticket holders stretching out the other side of the 3rd Street tunnel in Washington, as they stand in line to watch the ina

 

              FILE - This Jan. 20, 2009 file photo shows the line of purple ticket holders stretching out the other side of the 3rd Street tunnel in Washington, as they stand in line to watch the ina
FILE - This Jan. 20, 2009 file photo shows the line of purple ticket holders stretching out the other side of the 3rd Street tunnel in Washington, as they stand in line to watch the inauguration of Barack Obama at the U.S. Capitol, in Washington. While Washington won’t likely see the record-setting turnout from the last inauguration, officials are planning for a bigger-than-average crowd making plans for a second chance to see a president’s swearing in. District of Columbia officials have pieced together early data projecting 600,000 to 800,000 people will crowd onto the National Mall on Jan. 21. That’s based on past attendance and data including hotel and restaurant reservations and chartered buses. The inauguration is the biggest event every four years in the nation’s capital, followed by July 4th celebrations. The 2009 inaugural drew 1.8 million. (AP Photo/Jacquelyn Martin, File)