Patriots Super Bowl victory parade
The parade will kick off Tuesday, February 7, at 11 a.m. from the Hynes Convention Center.
Remember to dress warmly for the winter weather expected Tuesday. If you plan to go to the parade, consider using public transportation, and please celebrate responsibly.
If you park near the parade route, please make sure to check the posted street signs. Streets where we restrict parking will have posted signs that say, "No Stopping Boston Police Special Event Tuesday." We will start towing in these restricted areas at 6 a.m. on Tuesday.
We're putting temporary parking restrictions on these streets:
- Belvidere Street, both sides, from Huntington Avenue to St. Cecilia Street
- Dalton Street, both sides, Belvidere Street to Boylston Street
- Boylston Street, both sides, Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street
- Tremont Street, both sides, Boylston Street to Cambridge Street
- Cambridge Street, both sides, Tremont Street to Staniford Street
- New Sudbury Street, Cambridge Street to Congress Street
- Congress Street, both sides, New Sudbury Street to State Street
- State Street, both sides, Congress Street to Court Street
- Court Street, both sides, Tremont Street to Cambridge Street
- New Chardon Street, both sides, Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street/Congress Street
- Staniford Street, both sides, Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street
- Union Street, both sides, North Street to Hanover Street
- North Street, both sides, Congress Street to Clinton Street
- Plympton Street, both sides, Albany Street to Harrison Avenue
- East Dedham Street, both sides, Harrison Avenue to Albany Street
- Cambria Street, both sides, Boylston Street to end at Hynes Center garage
The parade route is Boylston Street (at Hereford Street), left onto Tremont Street to Cambridge Street, ending on Cambridge Street at Boston City Hall Plaza.
We will close these streets to traffic at about 9 a.m.:
- Boylston Street, Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street
- Tremont Street, Boylston Street to Court Street
- Cambridge Street, Court Street to New Chardon Street
What time we re-open traffic will depend on the size of the crowd. We'll re-open each street after people leave and we get a chance to clean up. We expect to re-open Boylston Street first, followed by Tremont Street and then Cambridge Street.
The City has set up two accessible viewing areas for people with disabilities:
- Copley Square - next to Copley MBTA Station Elevator.
- City Hall Plaza - next to Government Center MBTA Station.
Both of these MBTA stations are ADA accessible. We would encourage anyone attending to take the MBTA.
Contact the Mayor's Commission for Persons with Disabilities with questions at email@example.com or 617-635-3682.