Here are the Columbus Day weekend parking and traffic restrictions in Boston

Boston  MA    10/10/16    The start of the Tufts 10K as runners take off down Beacon Street on Monday  October 10,  2016.    (Photo by Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff)
Runners take off at the start of the Tufts 10K on Oct. 10, 2016. –Matthew J. Lee/Globe staff

This Columbus Day weekend is filled with events, which means getting around Boston may be difficult. The city urges those attending events not to drive personal vehicles, but instead to use Hubway bikes, ride the MBTA, or walk.

If you’re still driving, here’s what you need to know about street closures and parking restrictions:

Saturday, Oct. 7

Double Ten Parade, 10:30 a.m.
An estimated crowd of 1,000 will march from the Chinatown Gate (Beach Street X Surface Road) to Beach Street, right onto Washington Street, over Court Street, to Washington Mall and then to City Hall Plaza.

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Saturday.

  • Beach Street, both sides, Hudson Street to Tyler Street
  • Tyler Street, both sides, Kneeland Street to Beach Street
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Grand opening of the All Bright Community Center, 12 p.m.
Between 11 a.m. and 4:30 p.m., the Commonwealth Avenue Carriage Road will be closed to traffic from Spofford Road to Long Avenue, Allston.

Boston Athletic Association Half Marathon
In preparation for the half marathon on Sunday, the following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Saturday and Sunday.

  • Pierpont Road, both sides, Glen Lane to Playstead Road

Sunday, Oct. 8

Boston Athletic Association Half Marathon, 8 a.m.
The route (shown below) will be closed to traffic from 7 a.m. to 11 a.m. Travelers are urged to avoid the Forest Hills area Sunday morning.

Route map of B.A.A. Half Marathon on Oct. 18 —B.A.A.

Again, the following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Saturday and Sunday.

  • Pierpont Road, both sides, Glen Lane to Playstead Road

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday.

  • Circuit Drive, both sides, Blue Hill Avenue to Morton Street
  • Valley Gates/Pierpont Road Area, both sides, Circuit Drive to the White Stadium Entrance to the Zoo (except angled parking area with two-day regulation)
  • Pierpont Road, both sides, Sigourney Street to Playstead Road
  • Playstead Road, both sides, Walnut Street Entrance to Pierpont Road
  • Seaver Street, Franklin Park side, Walnut Avenue to Elm Hill Avenue.
  • A Street, even side, Melcher Street to Necco Street, and odd side, Iron Street to Binford Street
  • West First Street, both sides, A Street to Medallion Avenue
  • Richard Street, both sides, A Street to Medallion Avenue
  • Medallion Avenue, west side, Richards Street to West First Street, opposite the Channel Center Garage

Columbus Day Parade, 1 p.m.
Beginning at City Hall Plaza, the parade will head onto Cambridge Street, turn right onto New Sudbury Street, right onto Congress Street, left onto State Street, left onto Atlantic Avenue, continue onto Commercial Street, turn left onto Battery Street, left onto Hanover Street, right onto Cross Street, right onto Endicott Street, right at North Washington Street, and right onto Commercial Street.

The route will be closed to traffic from 11 a.m. to 3:30 p.m.

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The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday.

  • Cambridge Street, both sides, Court Street to Somerset Street
  • Commercial Street, both sides, North Washington Street to Hanover Street
  • Court Street, both sides, Cambridge Street to Washington Street
  • North Washington Street, both sides, Causeway Street to Rip Valenti Way
  • New Chardon Street, both sides, Cambridge Street to Congress Street
  • New Sudbury Street, both sides, Cambridge Street to Congress Street
  • State Street, both sides, Washington Street to Atlantic Avenue
  • Atlantic Avenue, both sides, State Street to Commercial Street
  • Commercial Street, both sides, Atlantic Avenue to Hanover Street
  • Hanover Street, both sides, Commercial Street to Cross Street
  • Cross Street, both sides, Hanover Street to Endicott Street
  • Endicott Street, both sides, Cross Street to North Washington Street

Irish Heritage Festival, 11 a.m. to 6 p.m.
Hallet Street, Dorchester from Gallivan Boulevard to Hilltop Street will be closed to traffic from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Boston Red Sox vs. Houston Astros, 2:30 p.m.
The Astros will visit Fenway for the third game in the series.

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Van Ness Street, both sides, Ipswich Street to Kilmarnock Street
  • Ipswich Street, both sides, Private Alley at #120-#132 Ipswich Street to #1241 Boylston Street
  • Lansdowne Street, both sides, Brookline Avenue to Ipswich Street
  • Brookline Avenue, both sides, Overland Street to Lansdowne Street
  • Yawkey Way, both sides, Boylston Street to Van Ness Street

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed, HP parking only all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Boylston Street, Fenway Park side, Ipswich Street at #1249 Boylston Street to Richard B. Ross Way

Tufts 10K/Columbus Day Race for Women
In preparation for the Tufts 10K on Monday, the following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Beacon Street, Public Garden side, Charles Street to opposite Brimmer Street.

Monday, Oct. 9

Boston Red Sox vs. Houston Astros, TBD
If the series goes to a fourth game, the Astros will be back at Fenway.

Again, the following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Van Ness Street, both sides, Ipswich Street to Kilmarnock Street
  • Ipswich Street, both sides, Private Alley at #120-#132 Ipswich Street to #1241 Boylston Street
  • Lansdowne Street, both sides, Brookline Avenue to Ipswich Street
  • Brookline Avenue, both sides, Overland Street to Lansdowne Street
  • Yawkey Way, both sides, Boylston Street to Van Ness Street

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed, HP parking only all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Boylston Street, Fenway Park side, Ipswich Street at #1249 Boylston Street to Richard B. Ross Way

Tufts 10K/Columbus Day Race for Women, 12 p.m.
Starting at Beacon Street, east of Charles Street, the route (see below) will close to traffic at 11:50 a.m. and reopen on a rolling basis. There will be an estimated 7,000 runners.

Route map of Tufts Health Plan 10K for Women on Oct. 9 —Courtesy of Conventures, Inc.

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Sunday and Monday.

  • Beacon Street, Public Garden side, Charles Street to opposite Brimmer Street.

The following locations will be tow zones with no stopping allowed all day Monday.

  • Beacon Street, both sides, Charles Street to Clarendon Street (excluding Beacon Street as noted above)
  • Boylston Street, Public Garden side, Arlington Street to Charles Street
  • Charles Street, both sides, Boylston Street to Beacon Street.
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Full details of the Columbus Day weekend traffic advisory can be found on the city’s website.