City of Boston Traffic Advisory
Run to Remember, Sunday, May 25, 2014
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For Immediate Release
May 23, 2014
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Tracey Ganiatsos

The Boston Transportation Department is advising drivers that the Run to Remember taking place on Sunday, May 25, will disrupt traffic and require parking restrictions in Boston.  Those coming into Boston for this event are urged to take the MBTA.  Information on MBTA service can be found at  For a faster return trip, the MBTA advises riders to purchase a round-trip rather than a one-way ticket.


An estimated 6,000 runners are expected to gather Sunday morning on Seaport Boulevard at the World Trade Center.  The Run to Remember will begin at 7 AM.  Drivers should expect that all streets along the following route will be closed to vehicular traffic for most of the morning.


Seaport Boulevard, right onto Atlantic Avenue, left onto State Street, right onto Congress Street, left onto New Chardon Street, right onto Cambridge Street, left onto Charles Street, right onto Beacon Street, right onto Massachusetts Avenue, leaving the City of Boston into the City of Cambridge, returning to the City of Boston on Massachusetts Avenue, left onto Beacon Street, right onto Arlington Street, left onto Boylston Street, left onto Washington Street, right onto Water Street, right onto Pearl Street, right onto Franklin Street, left onto Federal Street, left onto High Street, right onto Congress Street, left onto Atlantic Avenue, right onto Seaport Boulevard, finish at the World Trade Center.



Temporary “Tow Zone No Stopping Boston Police Special Event Sunday 6 AM to 12 Noon” regulations will be in effect at the following locations to accommodate this event.

  • Cambridge Street, odd side, from New Chardon Street to Charles Circle
  • Seaport Boulevard, both sides, from B Street to Atlantic Avenue
  • State Street, north side, from Atlantic Avenue to Congress Street
  • Milk Street, both sides, from Washington Street to Congress Street
  • Beacon Street, both sides, from Charles Street to Massachusetts Avenue






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