For Immediate Release
August 17, 2012
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The Boston Transportation Department would like to inform motorists of two weekend events which may cause delays and will include temporary traffic restrictions during the coming weekend.
The Annual Fisherman’s Feast in Boston’s North End:
The annual Fisherman’s Feast will continue through Sunday, August 19, 2012. Temporary “Tow Zone No Stopping Boston Special Event” signs will be restricting parking on the following streets:
- Clark Street, both sides from North Street to Atlantic Avenue
- Fleet Street, both sides from Hanover Street to Commercial Street
- Fulton Street, both sides from Richmond Street to Lewis Street
- Lewis Street, both sides from Moon Street to Commercial Street
- North Street, both sides from North Square to Clark Street
- Moon Street, both sides from Garden Court Street to Sun Court Street
- Sun Court Street, both sides from Moon Street to North Street
Additionally these streets will also be closed to vehicular traffic each day from Noon until Midnight during the feast which began on August 15, 2012
Futures at Fenway – Double Header
The Boston Red Sox organization will be hosting “Futures at Fenway” at Fenway Park on Saturday, August 18, 2012. The first game between the Lowell Spinners and the Hudson Valley Renegades will begin at 1:05 PM.
Temporary “Tow Zone No Stopping Boston Police Special Event Saturday” signs will be posted to restrict parking on the following streets:
- Brookline Avenue, both sides from Overland Street to Lansdowne Street
- Overland Street, even side from Brookline Avenue to the dead end
- Lansdowne Street, both sides from Brookline Avenue to Ipswich Street
- Van Ness Street, both sides from Ipswich Street to Kilmarnock Street
- Yawkey Way, both sides from Van Ness Street to Brookline Avenue
Additionally as with all Red Sox games, the following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic beginning approximately 3 hours prior to game start and will remain closed until approximately 2 hours after the last game ends.
- Yawkey WayfromVan Ness StreettoBrookline Avenue
- Van Ness Street, fromIpswich StreettoYawkey Way
The Boston Transportation Department would like to urge the Fenway Faithful to use public transportation when visiting the ballpark.