Parking Restrictions for Menino Wake and Funeral Proceedings

Several streets throughout Boston will be closed for portions of Sunday and Monday due to wake and funeral proceedings for former mayor Menino.
Several streets throughout Boston will be closed for portions of Sunday and Monday due to wake and funeral proceedings for former mayor Menino. –The Boston Globe

Mayor Marty Walsh announced parking restrictions in place Sunday and Monday for the wake and funeral proceedings of former mayor Tom Menino. Signs will be posted throughout the city notifying drivers of restrictions, but the public is strongly urged to use public transportation as additional road closures are expected.

The following areas will be Tow Zone No Stopping Sunday 12:01 a.m. to Monday 12:00 p.m.

∙North Street, both sides, from Congress Street to Clinton Street

∙Union Street, both sides, from North Street to Hanover Street, excluding any HP spaces

∙Congress Street, Faneuil Hall side, from State Street to New Sudbury Street

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∙Hanover Street, both sides, from Surface Road to Congress Street

∙Blackstone Street, both sides, from Hanover Street to North Street

∙Chatham Street, south side, from Merchants Row to Commercial Street

∙Merchants Row, both sides, from State Street to Chatham Row

∙State Street, north side, from Chatham Street to Congress Street

∙Clinton Street, both sides, from Surface Road to North Street

∙Chatham Row, both sides, from Chatham Street to State Street

Tow Zone No Stopping zones from Monday 12:01 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. include:

∙Maple Street, both sides, from River Street to Oak Street (near Walnut Street)

∙Oak Street, both sides, from Hyde Park Avenue to Oak Street

∙Pine Street, both sides, from Hyde Park Avenue to Maple Street

∙Hyde Park Avenue, both sides, from River Street to Factory Street

Additionally, both sides of River Street from Hyde Park Avenue to Central Avenue will be a Tow Zone No Stopping, Media Only zone from Monday 12:01 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.

For more information visit the City of Boston’s Transportation Department website.

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