Sox Owners, Partners Plan Major Development Around Fenway Park

nayrbrey

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Jul 20, 2005
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Driving somewhere most likely
I've conditioned myself to driving to the Prudential Center and parking there and then walking to Fenway. It's reasonably priced, and actually makes it easy to get back on Mass Pike West for the drive back to CT.
Agree 100%. It’s much better to park at the Pru or Dalton St Garage and walk over, added benefit of hitting up Bukowski’s for a pre or post game beverage or 2.
 

snowmanny

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I've walked to the ballpark a zillion times, including when the walk was an hour away, and I have taken the T to the ballpark a zillion times. Nowadays I drive to somewhere in range of the ballpark and then walk, but it gets more problematic every year. I have probably been to thirty opening days but those days are done because it is not worth the trouble of figuring out where to park on a weekday, even if I am thinking of parking out of town and taking the T. Accessibility is an actual thing whether or not people want to get all high-minded about it.
 

JimD

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It would be helpful to know what the net change in parking spaces actually is. All of these new commercial developments must have added some garage parking in the vicinity.
 

Ale Xander

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It would be helpful to know what the net change in parking spaces actually is. All of these new commercial developments must have added some garage parking in the vicinity.
The public/resident or local/private 3 option division of the new spaces would be interesting to me