Increased Downtown traffic this evening makes RTA a popular option
CLEVELAND, OH -- If you're headed Downtown to watch the Browns play the Buffalo Bills or the Indians play Baltimore Orioles, expect traffic delays and limited parking. So fans may want to consider riding RTA.
The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) says riders should note the following tips to make access to the venues more convenient:
- Parking is free at RTA rail stations.
- Take any rapid to Tower City and transfer to the Waterfront Line to reach First Energy Stadium.
- RTA will extend the Waterfront Rail line until midnight for the Brown’ game.
- The RTA Walkway opens three hours prior to the baseball game for easy access to the ballpark from Tower City.
- Rail service runs until at least midnight or for an hour after the games end.
- Use the RTA mobile ticketing app to purchase your $5.50 All-Day pass on your mobile device in advance. Or purchase a $5 cash, round-trip ticket at select Red Line, Tower City or Waterfront Line stations.
- Visit www.riderta.com for complete schedules and route information.
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