It’s time for another championship Duck Boat parade in Boston, as the New England Patriots return home Super Bowl champions once again.

The Patriots won their sixth Super Bowl title over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday in Super Bowl LIII.

The victory parade will begin at 11 a.m. on Tuesday from the Hynes Convention Center. From there, the parade will travel down Boylston Street (at Hereford Street), left onto Tremont Street to Cambridge Street, ending on Cambridge Street.

The parade route streets will be closed around 9 a.m. Tuesday: Boylston Street, from Massachusetts Avenue to Tremont Street; Tremont Street, from Boylston Street to Court Street; and Cambridge Street, from Court Street to New Chardon Street.

Towing in restricted areas will begin at 6 a.m. Tuesday. Streets with restricted parking will be marked Monday with signs reading, “No Stopping Boston Police Special Event.” See the full list here.

The city said the roadways will be reopened to traffic at a yet-to-be determined time, due to uncertainty about crowd sizes.

City officials encourage all attending the parade take the MBTA.

Thousands flooded the streets of Boston Sunday to celebrate the Super Bowl win, with an estimated 6,000 people gathering in Boston Common and more near Fenway.

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