Parking ban and street closures ahead of Obama’s visit

cathedral-of-the-holy-cross-bostonIf you live in the South End near the Cathedral of the Holy Cross (like yours truly) plan to move your car.

Due to the President’s visit to Boston on Thursday, April 18th to attend the prayer service at the Holy Cross Cathedral, no parking will be allowed on Washington Street, Harrison Avenue, and all the cross streets between Shawmut and Albany Streets. Traffic will be completely shut down between 9 am and 2 pm.  The Secret Service said they could not provide any further information if the service at the Cathedral would be open to the public or if you will need a special permit to attend.  Final plans are still being made.

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3 responses to “Parking ban and street closures ahead of Obama’s visit

  1. I just got off the phone with BPD. They say no street closures.

  2. Pingback: Parking Restrictions, Heightened Security for Obama Visit | Massashusetts Legal Resources

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