06 Feb Philadelphia Travel: Eagles Championship Parade Update
The city of Philadelphia is throwing a well-deserved victory parade and party to welcome back and honor the Superbowl Champion Philadelphia Eagles! The party will begin around 10:30 am on Thursday, February 8th!
While we are excited to celebrate with the team and all of you, there are some things we want you to consider when planning your day. Traffic will be delayed, diverted and all around messy. Stretching from Lincoln Financial Field all the way to the Philadelphia Art Museum, the parade and party will continue all day and into the evening. If you are not attending the celebration, it is probably best to avoid downtown and the city altogether.
Traffic and Road Closure Updates
Of course with a city-wide celebration such as this, there will be many road closures, many of which are already in effect. Streets will be closed completely or allow local access only. In addition, on-street parking options will be affected throughout most of the parade route.
For a full list of the traffic, implications check out this pdf: City Parade Traffic Advisory
Philadelphia is preparing for record-breaking crowds and as such is implementing a public transportation plan. Be sure to call or visit Septa and the NJ Transit before you head out.
www.septa.org or call 215-580-7800, and www.njtransit.org or call 973-
Hollowsands would like to congratulate the Philadelphia Eagles on their huge accomplishment. We hope you all have an amazing day celebrating our team and our city.
The City of Philadelphia is taking every precaution to keep everyone safe and have created a free text alert system. To sign up you can text ReadyEagles to 888-777.
Stay safe and if there is anything we can do to update you on traffic matters, feel free to reach out at (215)863-1910