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There are 200 buses headed to D.C. for Trump's inauguration — and 1,200 bound for the concurrent protest

At least 1,200 buses have applied for permits to park at RFK Stadium in Washington, D.C., on Jan 21, the day of the Women's March in protest of President-elect Donald Trump. By comparison, a mere 200 buses have applied for parking on Jan. 20, the day of Trump's inauguration, The Washington Post reports.

RFK Stadium is the primary parking spot for charter buses in the city, and has a capacity for 1,300 buses. Buses are also able to find their own parking outside of RFK Stadium, so the number doesn't directly reflect how many buses are showing up for either event.

The city is expecting as many as 200,000 protesters at the march.