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Celebrate with the Boston Celtics: Parade and Traffic Updates

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Public celebrating parade on Duck boat

On Friday June 21, 2024 Boston will have parade by use of duck boats to celebrate the Celtics win their 18th NBA championship.

Parade celebrate the Celtics 18th NBA championship will kick off at 11am from cause way street. From there it will travel down Staniford Street then turn onto Cambridge Street. After that it will proceed along Tremont Street and continue to Boylston Street. The parade route concludes near the Hynes convention center where fans can join in the festivities.

Public Transit Tips:

For those who are planning to attend the parade it highly recommended to utilize public transportation. Information regarding MBTA services, parking options, fare payment detail and additional resources for Friday’s Celtics championship parade can be found on the MBTA’s official website.

During the parade the MBTA will run subway trains and adjust the schedules for the commuter rail. It’s a good idea for riders to buy their round trip tickets before hand to avoid lines and make things easier.

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No Parking During Celtics Parade:

Parade Route

  • Causeway Street:
  • Both sides affected from North Washington Street to Merrimac Street.
  • Staniford Street:
  • Both sides affected from Causeway Street to Cambridge Street.
  • Cambridge Street:
  • Both sides affected from Staniford Street to Tremont Street.
  • Tremont Street:
  • Both sides affected from Cambridge Street to Boylston Street.
  • Boylston Street:
  • Both sides affected from Washington Street to Massachusetts Avenue.

Further Parking Restrictions

  • Charles Street South:
  • Both sides from Park Plaza to Boylston Street.
  • Charles Street:
  • Both sides from Beacon Street to Boylston Street.
  • Arlington Street:
  • Both sides from Newbury Street to Saint James Avenue.
  • Berkeley Street:
  • Both sides from Saint James Avenue to Newbury Street.
  • Clarendon Street:
  • Both sides from Saint James Avenue to Newbury Street.
  • Dartmouth Street:
  • Both sides from Newbury Street to Saint James Avenue.
  • Exeter Street:
  • Both sides from Newbury Street to Blagden Street.
  • Fairfield Street:
  • Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street.
  • Gloucester Street:
  • Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street.
  • Hereford Street:
  • Both sides from Boylston Street to Newbury Street.
  • Cambria Street:
  • Both sides from Boylston Street to end at Hynes Center garage.
  • Scotia Street:
  • Both sides from Saint Cecilia Street to Dalton Street.
  • Saint Cecilia Street:
  • Both sides from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street.
  • Dalton Street:
  • Both sides from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street.
  • Providence Street:
  • Both sides from Arlington Street to Berkeley Street.
  • West Street:
  • Both sides from Washington Street to Tremont Street.
  • Temple Place:
  • Both sides from Washington Street to Tremont Street.
  • Bromfield Street:
  • Both sides from Washington Street to Tremont Street.
  • Park Street:
  • Both sides from Tremont Street to Beacon Street.
  • Beacon Street:
  • Both sides from Somerset Street to Tremont Street.
  • School Street:
  • Both sides from Tremont Street to Province Street.
  • Somerset Street:
  • Both sides from Ashburton Place to Cambridge Street.
  • New Chardon Street:
  • Both sides from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street (Congress Street).

More Streets:

  • Bowdoin Street:
  • Both sides from Dern Street to Cambridge Street.
  • New Sudbury Street:
  • Both sides from Cambridge Street to Hawkins Street.
  • Congress Street:
  • Both sides from New Sudbury Street to State Street.
  • State Street:
  • Both sides from Congress Street to Court Street.
  • Court Street:
  • Both sides from Washington Street to Cambridge Street.
  • New Chardon Street:
  • Both sides from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street (Congress Street).
  • Staniford Street:
  • Both sides from Cambridge Street to Merrimac Street.
  • Lomasney Way:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Nashua Street.
  • Lancaster Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Merrimac Street.
  • Portland Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Valenti Way.
  • Friend Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Valenti Way.
  • Canal Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Valenti Way.
  • Haverhill Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Valenti Way.
  • Beverly Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to Valenti Way.
  • Medford Street:
  • Both sides from Causeway Street to North Washington Street.
  • Plympton Street:
  • Both sides from Albany Street to Harrison Avenue.
  • East Dedham Street:
  • Both sides from Harrison Avenue to Albany Street.

Public Safety:

  • Alcohol Policy:
  • It is against the rules to drink alcohol if you are underage or in public.
  • Police and EMS Presence:
  • Boston Police and Boston EMS will be present along the parade route to keep everyone safe.
  • Cooling Relief Stations:
  • The Office of emergency management will set up mist tents at city hall plaza and Boston common.
  • Cooling towels will also be available at these stations for your comfort.
  • Emergency Notifications:
  • Residents are encouraged to register for AlertBoston notifications to receive the latest updates and important information.
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