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City Announces Traffic Updates for Cleveland Indians Home Opener April 11
Monday, April 10, 2017
Parking restrictions in effect from 12:00 p.m. to 10:00 p.m.
CLEVELAND, Ohio –The City of Cleveland expects heavy traffic, increase in pedestrians, and more visitors for the Cleveland Indians home opener against the Chicago White Sox on Tuesday, April 11. The City encourages public transportation and carpooling to ease traffic congestion and recommends motorists allow extra travel time during the downtown commute.
Parking restrictions: Effective Tuesday, April 11 from 12:00 p.m. – 10:00 p.m. Those parked illegally will be towed:
- East 4th Street from Prospect Avenue to Huron Road
- East 9th Street from Carnegie Avenue to Superior Avenue, both sides
- Prospect Avenue from East 14th Street to Ontario Street, both sides
- Huron Road between Ontario Street and Prospect Avenue, both sides
- Carnegie Avenue from East 14th Street to East 9th Street, both sides
The City of Cleveland Traffic Bureau will have traffic controllers in place at key intersections to help improve traffic flow. The City of Cleveland encourages everyone to leave valuable items at home or secured in the trunk of a vehicle. Those planning to consume alcohol should designate a sober driver or utilize RTA.
Fans should also be aware –purchasing from scalpers on city streets creates the potential for possessing either invalid or counterfeit tickets.
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