Road Closures & MBTA Changes For 2015 Boston MarathonStreets all along the Boston Marathon route will be closed to traffic on Monday, April 20th. Here's what you can expect.
Best Spots To Watch The Boston MarathonThe weather, runners and crowd sizes may change, but the one constant that is essential to any marathon-goer is knowing where to land a great spot along the route.
Watch The Boston Marathon Live On CBSBoston.com & WBZ-TV; Listen On WBZ NewsRadio 1030
Along The Boston Marathon Route: BostonLess than four miles of the Boston Marathon actually takes place in the city of Boston.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: BrooklineWhen Boston Marathon runners enter Brookline, they know they are getting close to finishing one of the world's hardest marathons.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: NewtonNewton is home to two of the most recognized Boston Marathon landmarks – the Forever Young statue and Heartbreak Hill.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: WellesleyThe Boston Marathon winds its way through eight Massachusetts cities and towns, including Wellesley, which is the halfway point of the race.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: Natick
Along The Boston Marathon Route: FraminghamInstead of taking the crowded T to watch the race downtown, fans can take the MBTA commuter rail out to Framingham instead.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: AshlandThe town of Ashland has a long standing association with the Boston Marathon — one that dates back to the marathon’s inception.
Along The Boston Marathon Route: HopkintonIt's a relatively quiet suburban community until each spring on Patriots' Day.
Security Changes For Marathon Spectators