Boston Police are taking no chances with the outcome of tonight's World Series game: Traffic barriers go up at 10 p.m. from the BU Bridge to Mass. Ave. and along Boylston, Ipswich, Lansdowne, Van Ness and Jersey streets.
If they don't win, police say they'll block the area off on game nights until the World Series is decided. The car curfew will remain in place until 3 a.m.
Traffic will be allowed along and near Harvard Avenue in Brighton, around Faneuil Hall and North Station and on streets through and near Northeastern but you won't be able to park there, police say.
Regardless of who wins, fans, whether they support the Red Sox or Dodgers, are expected to behave responsibly and show respect to both people and property in our city. Fans should know disruptive and disorderly behavior will not be tolerated and could result in arrest.
Complete list of road shutdowns and parking restrictions.