Check out what ODOT will be doing on the roads as you plan your trip downtown for the Indians’ first homestand.
City of Cleveland
The city encourages the use of public transportation and car pooling to ease traffic congestion and recommends that people allow for extra travel time.
Parking will be restricted on East 9th Street between Carnegie and Superior, and on Prospect between East 14th and Ontario between the hours of 1 p.m. and 10 p.m., Monday
Signs will be posted indicating these restrictions.
City of Cleveland Traffic Bureau will have traffic controllers in place at key intersections to help improve traffic flow.
Parking at Gateway East Garage: The special event rate will be in effect and as such, monthly and daily customers will not have regular access. Monthly parking customers will be able to show their monthly pass at the East Entrance of the Lakefront Municipal Parking Lot (1500 S. Marginal) to access all day parking.
RTA provides bus service from the west end of Muni Lot to Public Square. RTA is increasing rail service to accommodate additional passengers for the Home Opener.
Bike to Progressive Field using the new bike lane on Lorain/Carnegie bridge and take advantage of new bike racks added to Gateway Plaza.
Updates will be provided via Twitter #TribeOpener.
ODOT lane restrictions
- Monday through Friday, April 8-12: From 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Ontario Street will have lane restrictions in both directions between E 14th Street and Carnegie Avenue. Motorists should be alert for equipment moving into and out of the work zone.
CLICK HERE to read story
article courtesy of Wkyc.com