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2019 New England Patriots Super Bowl Parade: Date, Time, Route, Parking

The city announced details about the parade route and road closures on Monday morning

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    The Patriots have won another Super Bowl, and Boston will welcome the champions home Tuesday.

    (Published Monday, Feb. 4, 2019)

    What to Know

    • Boston Mayor Marty Walsh announced that the rolling rally will take place at 11 a.m. Tuesday.

    • The parade kicks off at Hynes Convention Center and will proceed down Boylston Street to Tremont Street to Cambridge Street to City Hall.

    • Roads along the parade route will be closed and parking will be restricted in many areas. The MBTA says to arrive early and expect delays.

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    When will the parade be held? 

    Mayor Marty Walsh announced that the parade would take place at 11 a.m. Tuesday.

    During a news conference Monday afternoon, Walsh asked parade-goers to respect one another.

    "We're asking you to respect one another, to respect our streets, to respect our parks, to respect our neighborhoods, as the rally goes through the city of Boston tomorrow," said Walsh.

    Because there will be kids and family at the parade as well as on the duck boats, Walsh said city officials do not want a repeat performance of what happened during the recent Red Sox parade when a fan threw a beer and hit manager Alex Cora and the trophy.

    "Do not throw things, do not throw beers, do not throw anything at those boats, we don't want to see anyone get hurt while they're in town celebrating the parade," said Walsh.

    Unlike previous years, Walsh said there will be no rally at City Hall Plaza.

    "There will be no rally for a number of reasons but one reason is so our public safety officials aren't overworked in the sense of what happened this weekend and just logistically — a lot of the players head back home after the rally," said Walsh.

    "LET'S GO!!!!" Walsh tweeted Sunday night. "Congratulations on another Super Bowl championship @Patriots!! Fire up the duck boats @CityOfBoston!"

    Walsh later tweeted a photo of himself at the game with four-time Patriots Pro Bowler Lawyer Milloy. The mayor was wearing a Patriots "5X Champions" hat.

    "Congratulations on number six @Patriots," Walsh wrote. "It's time to retire my old hat!"

    What is the parade route?

    The parade kicks off from the Hynes Convention Center and will proceed down Boylston Street, taking a left onto Tremont Street to Cambridge Street, and ending at City Hall Plaza.

    What roads will be closed?

    The following streets will close to traffic around 9 a.m. Tuesday:

     

    • Boylston Street from Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street
    • Tremont Street from Boylston Street to Court Street
    • Cambridge Street from Court Street to New Chardon Street

     

    The time that traffic is re-opened will depend on the size of the crowd. Boylston Street is expected to re-open first, followed by Tremont Street and Cambridge Street.

    What parking restrictions will be in place?

    There will be no parking Monday and Tuesday on both sides of Charles Street, from the Public Garden Center Gate to Beacon Street.

    On Tuesday, parking will be restricted on dozens of city roads, including: 

     

    • Belvidere Street, both sides, from Huntington Avenue to Massachusetts Avenue
    • Cambria Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to end at Hynes Center garage
    • Scotia Street, both sides, from St Cecilia Street to Dalton Street
    • Saint Cecilia Street, both sides, from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street
    • Dalton Street, both sides, from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street
    • Boylston Street, both sides, from Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street
    • Tremont Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to Cambridge Street
    • Hereford Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to Newbury Street
    • Gloucester Street, both sides, from Newbury Street to Boylston Street
    • Fairfield Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to Newbury Street
    • Exeter Street, both sides, from Newbury Street to Blagden Street
    • Dartmouth Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to Newbury Street
    • Clarendon Street, both sides, from Newbury Street to Saint James Avenue
    • Berkeley Street, both sides, from Saint James Avenue to Newbury Street
    • Providence Street, both sides, from Arlington Street to Berkeley Street
    • Arlington Street, both sides, from Newbury Street to Boylston Street
    • Essex Street, both sides, from Tremont Street to Washington Street
    • Charles Street South, both sides, from Park Plaza to Boylston Street
    • Charles Street, both sides, from Boylston Street to the Public Garden Center Gate
    • West Street, both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street
    • Temple Place, both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street
    • Bromfield Street, both sides, from Washington Street to Tremont Street
    • Park Street, both sides, from Tremont Street to Beacon Street
    • Beacon Street, both sides, from Somerset Street to Tremont Street
    • School Street, both sides, from Tremont Street to Province Street
    • Cambridge Street, both sides, from Tremont Street to Staniford Street
    • Somerset Street, both sides, from Ashburton Place to Cambridge Street
    • New Chardon Street, both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street (Congress Street)
    • Bowdoin Street, both sides, from Dern Street to Cambridge Street
    • New Sudbury Street, both sides, from Cambridge Street to Congress Street
    • Congress Street, both sides, from New Sudbury Street to State Street
    • State Street, both sides, from Congress Street to Court Street
    • Court Street, both sides, from Tremont Street to Cambridge Street
    • Staniford Street, both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street
    • Union Street, both sides, from North Street to Hanover Street
    • North Street, both sides, from Congress Street to Clinton Street
    • Hanover Street, both sides, from Congress Street to Surface Road
    • Surface Road, south side, from New Sudbury Street to Hanover Street
    • Plympton Street, both sides, from Albany Street to Harrison Avenue
    • East Dedham Street, both sides, from Harrison Avenue to Albany Street
    • Columbus Avenue, both sides, from Melnea Cass Boulevard to Douglas Park

    Should I take the MBTA?

    The MBTA has set up a special page on its website to help people navigate the public transit system on Tuesday. They are urging anyone riding the MBTA to budget additional travel time and expect longer commutes due to the large number of people who will be using public transportation. The agency will be operating a regular schedule on all lines.

    After the parade on Tuesday, North Station's underground pedestrian walkway will be one-way and exit only from the commuter rail to the Orange and Green lines in an effort to ensure safety. At North Station, queue lines by train route will be utilized on Causeway Street in order to maximize the efficiency of loading passengers onto trains.

    Here's a look at the queue lines that will be in place at North Station after Tuesday's parade.
    Photo credit: MBTA

    Where can I watch the parade?

    You can watch the parade on TV or online on NBC10 Boston and necn, or from anywhere along the parade route. The city has also set up two accessible viewing areas for people with disabilities at Copley Square next to the Copley MBTA Station elevator and at City Hall Plaza next to the Government Center MBTA Station.

    Click here for more information on the parade route, road closures and parking restrictions.

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