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BOSTON (CBS) – Streets all along the Boston Marathon route will be closed to traffic on Monday, April 18th. Many roads in the city of Boston start closing days earlier.

CITY OF BOSTON

Wednesday April 13- Tuesday April 19

Boylston Street both side From Exeter Street to Arlington Street (intermittent closings)

Thursday April 14 – Tuesday April 19

Dartmouth Street (both sides) From St James Avenue to Boylston Street

Sunday April 17 – Tuesday April 19

Berkeley Street, from St. James Avenue to Newbury Street (intermittent closings)

Sunday April 17, 8am-10am

Boylston Street, Tremont Street, Park Street, Beacon Street, Arlington Street, Commonwealth Avenue (inbound side), Berkeley Street, Clarendon Street, Hereford Street will be closed intermittently for the BAA5K Run

Sunday April 17, 9am-11am

Boylston Street, Dartmouth Street, Newbury Street and Exeter Street will be closed intermittently for the BAA Invitational Mile

Monday April 18th

  • Streets around Copley Square will be closed at 6am
  • Streets inside of Mass Ave. will be closed at 9am
  • Streets outside of Mass Ave. will be closed at 10am

Beacon Street from Chestnut Hill Avenue to the Brookline Town Line

Beacon Street from the Brookline Town Line to Commonwealth Avenue

Berkeley Street from Columbus Avenue to Newbury Street

Boylston Street from Massachusetts Avenue to Arlington Street

Commonwealth Avenue from the Newton Town Line to Chestnut Hill Avenue

Commonwealth Avenue from Beacon Street to Gloucester Street

Chestnut Hill Avenue from Commonwealth Avenue to the Brookline Town Line

Clarendon Street from Commonwealth Avenue to Stuart Street

Dalton Street from Belvidere Street to Boylston Street

Dartmouth Street from Stuart Street to Newbury Street

Dartmouth Street from Columbus Avenue to Stuart Street (northbound)

Exeter Street from Commonwealth Avenue to Huntington Avenue

Fairfield Street from Boylston Street to Newbury Street

Gloucester Street from Commonwealth Avenue to Boylston Street

Hereford Street from Commonwealth Avenue to Boylston Street

Kenmore Street from Newbury Street to Commonwealth Avenue

Kenmore Square from Beacon Street to Commonwealth Avenue (inbound)

Newbury Street from Fairfield Street to Massachusetts Avenue

St. James Avenue from Arlington Street to Dartmouth Street

Stuart Street from Dartmouth Street to Arlington Street

Trinity Place from Saint James Avenue to Mass Turnpike On-Ramp

Providence Street from Arlington Street to Berkeley Street

Public Alley #440 from Exeter Street to Dartmouth Street

HOPKINTON

Main Street closed 7:30 am through 11:30 am on Monday, April 18th

ASHLAND

Route 135 closed 7:30 am through 1:00 pm on Monday, April 18th

FRAMINGHAM

Route 135 closed 8:45 am through 1:30 pm on Monday, April 18th

NATICK

Route 135 closed 8:45 am through 2:00 pm on Monday, April 18th

WELLESLEY

Route 135 and Route 16 closed 8:45 am through 2:30 pm on Monday, April 18th

NEWTON

Route 16 and Route 30 closed 9:00 am through 3:30 pm on Monday, April 18th

BROOKLINE

Beacon Street closed 9:30am through 4:30 pm on Monday, April 18th

BOSTON PARKING RESTRICTIONS:

No Parking will be allowed on the following streets on Monday, April 18. Parking will be restricted on some of these streets several days in advance of Marathon Monday to allow for preparation work.

Arlington Street

Both sides, from Commonwealth Avenue to Stuart Street

Beacon Street

Both sides, from Arlington Street to Charles Street

Both sides, from Chestnut Hill Avenue to the Brookline Town Line

Inbound side, from the Brookline Line to Kenmore Square

Belvidere Street

North side Huntington Avenue to Dalton Street

Berkeley Street

Both sides, Columbus Avenue to Newbury Street

Blagden Street

Both sides, Huntington Avenue to Exeter Street

Boylston Street

Both sides, Arlington Street to Exeter Street

Cambridge Street

Both sides, Bowdoin Street to Tremont Street

Charles Street

Public Garden side, Boylston Street to Beacon Street

Chestnut Hill Avenue

Both sides, Commonwealth Avenue to Beacon Street

Clarendon Street

Both sides, Newbury Street to Stuart Street

Commonwealth Avenue

Inbound side, Lake Street to Chestnut Hill Avenue

Inbound side, Kenmore Square to 200 feet beyond Hereford Street

Dalton Street

Both sides, Belvidere Street to Boylston Street

Dartmouth Street

Both sides, Boylston Street to Newbury Street

Exeter Street

Both sides, Newbury Street to Huntington Avenue

Fairfield Street

Both sides, Commonwealth Avenue to Newbury Street

Gloucester Street

Both sides, Newbury Street to Boylston Street

Hereford Street

Both sides, Commonwealth Avenue to Boylston Street

Kenmore Square

Inbound, Beacon Street to Commonwealth Avenue

Newbury Street

Both sides, Gloucester Street to Hereford Street

New Chardon Street

North side, Merrimac Street to Cambridge Street

Providence Street

Both sides, Arlington Street to Berkeley Street

St. James Avenue

Both sides, Arlington Street to Dartmouth Street

Stuart Street

Both sides, Dartmouth Street to Arlington Street

Tremont Street

Both sides, Cambridge Street to Stuart Street

Trinity Place

Both sides, St. James Avenue to Stuart Street

MBTA INFORMATION:

• Blue, Orange, Red and Green line service will operate on its regular weekday schedule with extra service before and after the marathon.

• Commuter rail trains will operate on its regular weekday schedule.

• All buses and trackless trolleys will operate on a Saturday schedule.

• Copley Station will be closed all day. Customers attending the Boston Marathon will have access to the Green Line at Hynes Convention Center or Arlington Stations

• Due to anticipated crowds, bicycles are not allowed on the subway on Patriot’s Day.

• A Number of buses will be rerouted on Marathon Monday, and several in the days leading up. Check your bus route on the MBTA website.

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