There are a ton of traffic and parking restrictions for Sail Boston

Here they all are.

One of the many ships to appear in the Sail Boston Parade of Sail on June 17.
One of the many ships to appear in the Sail Boston Parade of Sail on June 17. –Sail Boston 2017

If you’re not aboard a tall ship on Saturday, be advised that the Sail Boston Parade of Sail event will impact traffic and parking around the city.

The Boston Transportation Department strongly encourages those attending the event — as well as those planning to be in the general vicinity of it — to avoid driving, especially in South Boston, the Seaport, Downtown, the North End, East Boston, and Charlestown.

Many streets will be restricted and/or closed off to parking. If you do decide to drive, be sure to note the following changes before you head out.

Traffic Restrictions

South Boston

Fid Kennedy Avenue (in its entirety)

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Tide Street (from Northern Avenue to Fid Kennedy Avenue)

Access Road A (from Northern Avenue to Fid Kennedy Avenue)

Access Road B (Northern Ave to Fid Kennedy Avenue)

Seafood Way (in its entirety)

Pier 5 Access Road

Seaport Blvd. (Congress Street to B Street)

Northern Avenue (Northern Avenue Bridge to Seaport Blvd.)

Sleeper Street (Seaport Blvd. to Northern Avenue)

Courthouse Way (Northern Avenue to Waterfront)

Liberty Drive (Courthouse Way to Fan Pier Blvd.)

Bond Drive (Courthouse Way to Fan Pier Blvd.)

Fan Pier Blvd. (Northern Avenue to Waterfront)

South Boston

Farragut Road (both sides, from East First Street to Day Blvd.)

East Broadway Extension (both sides, from Farragut Road to Day Blvd.)

East Broadway (both sides, from #950 East Broadway to Farragut Road)

Downtown – North End

East India Row (East of parking garage entrance to its end)

Old Atlantic Avenue (Central Street to State Street)

State Street (East of Atlantic Avenue to Old Atlantic Avenue)

Long Wharf (in its entirety)

Commercial Wharf (in its entirety)

Sargents Wharf (in its entirety)

Union Wharf (in its entirety)

Battery Street (in its entirety)

Battery Wharf (in its entirety)

Charlestown

1st Ave (5th Street to 13th Street)

3rd Street (6th Street to 9th Street)

5th Street (Chelsea Street to 1st Avenue)

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6th Street  (1st Ave to 3rd Street)

7th Street (1st Ave to 3rd Street)

8th Street (in its entirety)

Terry Ring Way (in its entirety)

Flagship Avenue (in its entirety)

East Boston

Maverick Street (Border Street to New Street)

New Street (Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Border Street (Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Liverpool Street (Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

London Street (Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Landing Street (in its entirety)

Sumner Street (Havre Street to New Street)

Bremen Street (in its entirety)

Lewis Street (in its entirety)

Marginal Street (Orleans Street to Boston Harbor Shipyard and Marina)

Orleans Street (Sumner Street to Marginal Street)

Haynes Street (Orleans Street to Marginal Street)

Cottage Street (Webster Street to Marginal Street)

Sumner Street (Jeffries Street to its end)

Jeffries Street (Sumner Street to Marginal Street)

Parking Restrictions

All parking restrictions are in effect from midnight to 5 p.m.

Seaport District

Northern Avenue (both sides, from Northern Avenue Bridge to Seaport Blvd., and both sides, from MassPort Haul Road to Tide Street)

New Sleeper Street (both sides, from Northern Avenue to Seaport Blvd.)

Sleeper Street (both sides, from Northern Avenue heading southwesterly to end of city jurisdiction in front of the Barking Crab)

Seaport Boulevard (both sides, from Atlantic Avenue to B Street)

FID Kennedy Avenue (both sides, for its entire length)

Tide Street (both sides, from Summer Street to FID Kennedy Avenue)

Access Road A (both sides, from Northern Avenue to FID Kennedy Avenue)

Access Road B (both sides, from Northern Avenue to FID Kennedy Avenue)

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Seafood Way (both sides, for its entire length)

Courthouse Way (both sides, from Northern Avenue to Liberty Drive for its entire length)

Fan Pier Boulevard (both sides, from Northern Avenue to Liberty Drive for its entire length)

Marina Park Drive (both sides, from Northern Avenue to Bond Drive for its entire length)

Harbor Shore Drive (both sides, from Northern Avenue for its entire length)

Liberty Drive (both sides, from Courthouse Way to Fan Pier Blvd.)

Bond Drive (both sides, from Courthouse Way to Marina Park Drive)

Downtown and North End

Atlantic Avenue (both sides, from Seaport Blvd. to Commercial Street)

Commercial Street (both sides, from Atlantic Avenue to Prince Street)

Causeway Street (both sides, from Prince Street to North Washington Street)

East India Row (both sides, from Atlantic Avenue heading easterly to end of city jurisdiction)

Milk Street (both sides, from Atlantic Avenue heading easterly to Old Atlantic Avenue)

Old Atlantic Avenue (both sides, from Milk Street to State Street)

State Street (both sides, from Atlantic Avenue heading easterly to Old Atlantic Avenue)

Battery Street (both sides, from Commercial Street heading easterly to end of city jurisdiction)

East Boston

Sumner Street (both sides, from New Street to Orleans Street and both sides, from Jefferies Street to approximately 250 feet southwest of Jefferies Street to where the street ends)

New Street (both sides, from Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Border Street (both sides, from Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Landing Street (both sides, from Border Street to Liverpool Street)

Liverpool Street (both sides, from Sumner Street to Maverick Street)

London Street (both sides, from Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Havre Street (both sides, from Sumner Street to Maverick Street)

Paris Street (both sides, from Maverick Street to Sumner Street)

Clipper Ship Lane (both sides, from Sumner Street for its entirety)

Jaccobe Road (both sides, from Clipper Ship Lane for its entirety)

Bremen Street (both sides, from Sumner Street heading southerly to its end)

Lewis Street (both sides, from Marginal Street heading southerly to its end)

Orleans Street (both sides, from Sumner Street to Marginal Street)

Cottage Street (both sides, from Webster Street to Marginal Street)

Haynes Street (both sides, from Webster Street to Marginal Street)

Marginal Street (both sides, from Lewis Street to Bremen Street and both sides, from Orleans Street to east of Jefferies Street, which includes either side of the marina)

Jefferies Street (both sides, from Sumner Street to Marginal Street)

Charlestown

Warren Street (both sides, from Chelsea Street to Constitution Road)

Constitution Road (both sides, from Warren Street to Chelsea Street)

Chelsea Street (both sides, from 8th Street heading westerly for its entirety)

5th Street (Navy Yard side, from 5th Street to 13th Street)

1st Avenue (both sides, from 5th Street to 13th Street)

6th Street (both sides, from 1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue)

7th Street (both sides, from 1st Avenue to 3rd Avenue)

3rd Avenue (both sides, from 6th Street to 9th Street)

9th Street (both sides, from 3rd Avenue heading southerly for its entirety)

8th Street (both sides, from 1st Avenue heading southerly for its entirety)

Terry Ring (both sides, from 1st Avenue heading southerly for its entirety)

Flagship Way (both sides, from 8th Street heading westerly for its entirety)

Seaport District

Boston Wharf Road (East side, from Seaport Boulevard to parking lot entrance)

Seaport Blvd. (South side from Boston Wharf Road to 121 Seaport Ave. construction site)

Charlestown

Chelsea Street (East side, from 13th Avenue to 16th Avenue and West side, from 13th Avenue to Medford Street)

Downtown Area

Causeway Street (South side, from #239 Causeway Street to front entrance of #251 Causeway Street)

Atlantic Avenue (From Walk Way to the Sea Crosswalk to Cross Street)

Seaport Boulevard (Both sides, from Sleeper Street to Farnsworth Street)

Chelsea Street (South side, from North Washington Street to Warren Street)

New Chardon Street (Both sides, from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street)

 

More info on how to get to and from the event is available at sailboston.com.

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