(August 26, 2011) – On Monday, August 29th, Brad Marchand of the Boston
Bruins will share the Stanley Cup with Halifax residents in a parade
through the downtown.
The parade will result in rolling detours from noon to 1 p.m. along the
parade route – beginning at Summer and University, proceeding left onto
South Park, right onto Sackville, left onto Brunswick, right onto Duke
and right onto Argyle. At Grand Parade there will be a 20 minute event
Motorists should expect minor delays during this time to accommodate
the parade. Parking along the route will be suspended for Monday
morning. Signage advising motorists of the parking restrictions will be
posted on meters beginning today. Regular street parking will resume
immediately after the parade has passed.
Metro Transit will offer extended service on route 330 MetroX Tantallon
on Monday, August 29, to accommodate those wishing to attend the Stanley
Cup parade in downtown Halifax and the community event being held at St.
Margaret's Centre in Upper Tantallon. Additional trips will be provided
Route 330 MetroX Tantallon:
From Albemarle St. to Tantallon – 1:00, 1:15, 1:30, 2:00 PM
From Tantallon to Albemarle St. – 4:00, 4:10, 4:20, 4:30, 4:55, 5:05 PM
Regular fares will apply. Please see a Riders' Guide or visit
www.halifax.ca/metrotransit for more information on the regular 330
MetroX Tantallon schedule.