TRAFFIC ADVISORY: Temporary Road Closure on Euclid Avenue Extended Due to High Winds

Friday, November 9, 2018

CLEVELAND – Due to the recent high winds, the Euclid Avenue temporary closure to east and west bound traffic has been extended through Wednesday, November 14th. This closure, extending from East 4th Street to East 6th Street, is necessary for the dismantling and removal of a tower crane from atop a parking garage at 515 Euclid Avenue.  Local access will be maintained between East Roadway and East 4th Street.

The detour for Euclid Avenue eastbound and E. 6th Street northbound traffic will follow South Roadway and turn left onto East Roadway, then right onto Superior Avenue, then right onto E. 9th Street south to Euclid Avenue.

The detour for Euclid Avenue westbound traffic will turn right from Euclid Avenue onto E. 6th Street then left onto Superior Avenue, then right onto East Roadway along the perimeter of Public Square back to Euclid Avenue at East Roadway.

Pedestrians on the north side of Euclid Avenue must cross at East 6th Street to the south side of Euclid Avenue, and may cross back to the north side of Euclid Avenue at East 4th Street.

RTA will publish a schedule to divert bus traffic around Euclid from East 9th to Public Square during the temporary closure as well.

The project is scheduled for completion in February 2019. Expect additional traffic notices as work progresses.

Contact Andrew Cross for project-related questions at 216-664-3197.

Editor’s Note: Construction invariably presents hazards to the public. All travelers are urged to use caution in construction zones. Public safety and the safety of workers is a top priority.

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