Boston's Newbury Street will again be closed to traffic on Sunday, Sept. 26, officials announced Monday, bringing the popular pedestrian jubilee back after several days in August.
"Open Newbury Street provides a unique opportunity to expand access to one of Boston's flagship destinations," Mayor Kim Janey said in a statement. "I encourage residents and visitors to support our small businesses impacted during the pandemic and enjoy a day of open-air shopping and dining."
The street will be closed to cars from Berkeley Street to Massachusetts Avenue between 10 a.m. and 8 p.m., with parking restrictions on Newbury and nearby streets enforced starting at 5 a.m.
Thousands of pedestrians turned out to the first Open Newbury Street in August.
“It’s nice to finally see people out, getting the feeling of normalcy, especially today when it’s such a beautiful day out,” said Justin Nathan, of Framingham.