Super Bowl Victory Parade & Celebrations filled Baltimore with fans

BALTIMORE - The city of Baltimore welcomed the Ravens home Tuesday with a Super Bowl Victory Parade and rally.

The parade began at City Hall, proceeded south onto Commerce Street, then onto Pratt and Howard Streets, ending at M&T Bank Stadium with a free celebration.

Baltimore City Police say that because of the delay in the parade starting, downtown rush hour traffic may be impacted by the fans leaving the event.

In preparation for the event, the following streets were closed to through traffic starting at around 10:30 a.m. on Tuesday, February 05, 2013 until the afternoon with the following detours:

  •     Commerce Street from Fayette to Pratt Streets
  •     Pratt Street from Paca to Commerce Streets
  •     Howard Street from Lombard to Conway Streets
  •     I-395 NB north of Conway Street (Commuters should utilize Martin Luther King Jr. Boulevard to Mulberry Street)
  •     Fayette Street from Gay Street to Guilford Avenue
  •     Baltimore Street from Calvert to Gay Streets
  •     Water Street from South to Commerce Streets
  •     Lombard Street from Gay to South Streets
  •     Calvert Street from Pratt to Lombard Streets
  •     Light Street northbound from Conway to Pratt Streets
  •     Light Street southbound from Lombard to Conway Streets
  •     Charles Street from Conway to Lombard Streets
  •     Hanover Street from Pratt to Lombard Streets
  •     Hopkins Place/Sharp Street from Lombard to Conway Streets
  •     Eutaw Street from Pratt to Lombard Streets
  •     Camden Street from Russell to Howard Streets
  •     Guilford Avenue/South Street from Saratoga to Pratt Streets
  •     Holliday Street from Saratoga to Lexington Streets
  •     Lexington Street from Calvert to Gay Streets


The following parking restrictions will also be implemented on Tuesday, February 5 from 6:00 a.m. until 2:00 p.m.:

  •     Holliday Street from Fayette to Baltimore Streets
  •     Commerce Street from Baltimore to Pratt Streets
  •     Pratt Street from Commerce to Howard Streets
  •     Howard Street from Pratt to Conway Streets
  •     Guilford Avenue from Saratoga to Fayette Streets
  •     Lexington Street from Calvert to Frederick Streets
  •     Frederick Street from Lexington to Fayette Streets
  •     Saratoga Street from Lexington to Gay Streets
  •     Gay Street from Fayette to Saratoga Streets
  •     Fayette Street from Gay to Holliday Streets (north side only)
  •     Holliday Street from Saratoga to Lexington Streets

To avoid congestion on the roads, mass transit is highly recommended.

Additional details here:
http://content.govdelivery.com/bulletins/gd/MDBALT-6a809a

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