The District has been transformed over the 12 days into a fortified urban center in the wake of a violent riot that shook Capitol Hill and the nation, and federal officials warned of more potential violence on the way.
On Jan. 6, following a rally featuring President Donald Trump, a mob of protesters stormed the Capitol building in order to interrupt the Electoral Vote certification process, which would cement President-Elect Joe Biden’s 2020 victory.
Five people died as a result of the incident.
D.C. police announced multiple road closures last week, but the Secret Service on Sunday announced a host of additional restrictions that will be in effect Jan. 16 through Jan. 21.
Click here to read about the closures released by D.C. police, or here for the additional restrictions announced by the Secret Service on Sunday.