Boston Marathon Street Closures Affect Fenway-Bound Fans on Monday Morning

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There will be significant street closures in the Fenway neighborhood and surrounding areas Monday, April 19, on account of the 113th Boston Marathon.

The Red Sox urge fans to use public transportation, provide extra time for making the trip to Fenway Park and to arrive early. The game on Monday is scheduled to start at 11:05 a.m. and the Fenway Park gates will open to the public at 9:05 a.m. NESN will begin its coverage at 9:30 a.m. with Monster Monday followed by Red Sox Gameday Live at 10 a.m.

The following streets will be closed to vehicular traffic tomorrow starting at 9 a.m. and lasting until at least 6 p.m.:

  • Beacon Street (From Chestnut Hill Avenue to Kenmore Square/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/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/From Columbus Avenue to Stuart Street)
  • 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)
  • 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)

There are also significant on-street parking restrictions on these streets and other surrounding areas in Back Bay, Copley Square, Fenway/Kenmore and Brookline.

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