The Cleveland Cavaliers are headed toward another great basketball season, and the Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is ready to take you to each and every home game this season. Save money and avoid parking hassles.
Ride the Rapid
Getting to Quicken Loans Arena is as easy as 1-2-3.
- Park free at any RTA Rapid Station, and buy a $5 All-Day Pass. .
- Ride downtown in style on any Rapid car -- it's a million dollar vehicle.
- Exit at the Tower City Station, and stroll down the Walkway. You can walk directly to your seat -- and NEVER have to walk outside. Cleveland's weather may be unpredictable -- but it is always warm inside Quicken Loans Arena. The Walkway opens two hours before each game, and closes 90 minutes after each game ends.
...OR, hop on the HealthLine
RTA's state-of-the-art HealthLine operates 24/7 on Euclid Avenue.
- Buy a $5 All-Day Pass before you board. There are red fare vending machines at each station.
- Board wherever it's convenient.
- Get off on Public Square, walk to the Tower City Station, and stroll down the Walkway.
- Be sure to say hello to the Transit Police on patrol, and SMILE, because you're on transit camera.
After the game, stay downtown as long as you want. We'll be ready when you are.
If you are a member of the Cavs' Wine and Gold United program, learn more about a special fare offer from RTA. Before you see world-class basketball, experience a world-class transit system.
Schedules, rosters, ticket information, videos, photos, player information, a look behind the scenes, it's all here on the official Web site of the Cleveland Cavaliers. Visit this site often.
The "Q" is home to the Cleveland Cavaliers, Lake Erie Monsters, Cleveland Gladiators, the circus, musical concerts, community events, ice skating shows and family entertainment.
Just park for free at any Rapid Transit Station, and relax all the way to the Tower City Station. Stroll down the Walkway and reach your seats with time to spare. No hassles, just hoops.
Learn more about RTA's great downtown trolley network, including the B-Line and E-Line for work-trip commuters, and the C-Line and L-Line, for late-night service 7 days a week.