BOSTON (CBS) — The city is gearing up for a potential celebration after the Wednesday or Thursday World Series games in Boston.
The city is asking Red Sox fans to leave their cars at home and take the T whether they are heading to Fenway or another destination in Boston to watch the games.
On-street parking will be restricted on several streets in the Fenway/Kenmore neighborhood.
Parking will also be restricted on streets in Brighton, as well as near Northeastern University, Faneuil Hall and North Station.
Additional Parking Enforcement staff will be working before, during and after the games to assist with public safety needs.
They will also be concentrating on ensuring that only vehicles with Fenway/Kenmore Resident Parking Permits are parked in curbside spaces designated for residents in that neighborhood.
For MBTA service information, please go to the MBTA website.
Parking restriction details are available here.
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