What street closures are occurring?
The 2019 Nationals Championship Parade will draw large crowds which require parking restrictions and road closures. All street closures are subject to changes due to prevailing public safety concerns, traffic patterns that could adversely impact public safety, additions of events, or changes to the schedule. View the parking restrictions, road access restrictions, and road closures map.
How can I stay informed about what is happening on Saturday?
Fans headed downtown to the parade and rally are encouraged to text NATS to 888-777 for updates on transit, traffic, weather and more.
What is Metro’s availability for the parade?
In order to accommodate the tens of thousands of fans expected to turn out for the Nationals Championship Parade, Metro has cancelled all previously scheduled track work for Saturday, November 2. The system will run with good service on all lines. The system will run extra trains before and after the parade and frequent service on all lines. In Downtown DC, trains will arrive every 3-4 minutes, with departures from end-of-line stations every 6-12 minutes. Learn more.
Will ride share services be able to drop me off near the parade?
Fan using rideshare services should plan to use the pick-up/drop-off zone at Independence Ave. SW between 14th Street SW and 3rd Street SW. View the event map.
What is the best way to get to the parade?
On foot or public transit! Due to road closures around the parade and rally, we recommend you leave your car at home. There are many transportation options including Metro, Capital Bikeshare, DC Circulator, scooters, or by foot.
What should I do if I see something out of the ordinary?
Residents and visitors of the District are urged to be vigilant and follow the motto, “if you see something, say something.” To report immediate threats or emergencies, call 911. To report suspicious activity or behavior, call 202-727-9099 or text 50-411.
What do I do if my vehicle has been towed?
Call the Department of Public Works Customer Service Center at (202) 541-6083.
Are drones permitted?
No, the Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) wants you to know that the World Series is a No Drone Zone! Washington, D.C. is included in the Flight-Restricted Zone (FRZ), which extends approximately 15 nautical miles (about 17 statute miles) around Ronald Reagan Washington National Airport. The FRZ has been in effect since September 11, 2001 and applies to drone flights. The airspace above Nationals Park is included in the restricted airspace. Drone pilots who enter restricted airspace without permission could face fines in excess of $30,000 and potential criminal prosecution. The FAA, in partnership with local, state, and federal law enforcement, will actively look for illegal drone operators at and around Nationals Park. Drone pilots should check the FAA's B4UFLY app to determine when and where they can safely fly.