Weekend Traffic Impacts from Saints Cosmas and Damian Feast

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Every year, thousands of people attend the three-day celebration, Sept. 6-8 in East Cambridge in honor of the Italian Saints, Cosmas and Damian. 

Please be advised of the following street closures: Warren and Porter Streets (Gaeta Square) will be closed.

The St. Cosmos and Damian event will have several parades on Cambridge St. that will delay traffic:

Friday – 6:30 p.m. – Short traffic delay between Harding and Warren St
Saturday – 6:30 p.m. - Short traffic delay between Harding and Warren St. (10 min)
Sunday – 8:30 a.m. – Traffic delay as the parade on Cambridge St. goes from Harding St. to Sciarappa St. (30 min) 
Sunday – 1 p.m. – Rolling traffic delays on Cambridge St. between Hunting St. and Sciarappa St.
Sunday – 5:30 p.m. – Closure on Cambridge St. at Warren St. (1 hour).

2019 Susan G. Komen New England 3-Day (Friday, Sept. 6)
Participants will be walking through Cambridge on the sidewalk only; route stops will be on private property or DCR property. Walkers will be spread out along route between 7:30 a.m. - 12:30 p.m. Walkers will make a counterclockwise loop through Cambridge; heading northwest on Massachusetts Ave. towards Harvard Square, and ultimately heading east along the Paul Dudley White bike path. Affected areas and streets include the Longfellow Bridge, Main St., Vassar St., Mass. Ave., Sidney St., Franklin St., Brookline St., Mass. Ave, Garden St., Mason St., Brattle St., Willard St. 

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