Ride the metro, get a souvenir
WASHINGTON (AP) - January 18, 2013 (WPVI) -- It's an Inauguration Day souvenir that will get you places.
Washington's Metro system is offering a special one-day pass for Inauguration Day this coming Monday.
The commemorative subway pass has a picture of President Barack Obama and costs 15 bucks.
While the passes are a limited-time offering, they won't expire.
Metro officials say commuters who want to use the Obama passes can load more fare money on to them.
Metro is expecting as many as 800,000 passengers on Inauguration Day.
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