New York City is getting ready to celebrate the U.S. Women's National Soccer Team's Women's World Cup triumph with a $2 million ticker tape parade. Which means there are some things to keep in mind if you are trying get downtown.

The best way to get to the parade—if you aren't lined up along the Canyon of Heroes (Broadway between Battery and City Hall) already!—is to take mass transit. The MTA has the full details about that on its site, but says these are the best ways to get there: R to Rector St; 2/3 to Wall St or Fulton St; 1 to South Ferry or Whitehall St; 4/5/6 to Brooklyn Bridge-City Hall; and J to Chambers St.

However, the MTA warns:

Beginning at 10 a.m., to prevent overcrowding conditions, trains will NOT stop at City Hall R. Trains may bypass the following stations based on crowd conditions: Fulton St 4/5, Fulton St A/C, Wall St 4/5, Chambers St A/C, and World Trade Center E. E trains will terminate at Canal St. Announcements will be made at stations as far north as 59 St when these service changes take effect, so customers can adjust their travel plans prior to reaching Lower Manhattan.

Further, streets will be closed starting at 10 a.m. From the city's website:

- NYPD will begin street closings on Broadway (and the surrounding area) at approximately 10:00 a.m., before the start of the parade.
- "No Parking" will be in effect beginning at 12:00 a.m., Friday, July 10th, 2015. Any cars remaining will be towed and relocated. If your car is towed, please call 311 for more information.
- The Brooklyn Bridge (Manhattan Bound) Centre Street exit will be closed during the duration of the parade. The Park Row entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge will also be closed during this time. Anyone looking for access to the Brooklyn Bridge should use the Frankfort Street/Pearl Street entrance.
- Deliveries will be restricted for all businesses and residences in the area beginning Thursday, July 9th at 10:00 p.m. and will not resume until Friday, July 10th at 5:00 p.m.
- Pedestrians will be able to cross Broadway at the following locations: Exchange Alley (Eastbound only), Wall Steet-Rector (Westbound only), Cedar Street, Cortland Street/Maiden Lane, Fulton Street, Reade Street, and Leonard Street.

So the floats are getting ready...


...and the champs are ready too!

Can never have too much confetti! #GoodMorningAmerica

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