CLEVELAND -- Want to avoid traffic and finding a parking space at Parade the Circle this Saturday? The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has you covered.
The 25th Annual Parade the Circle & Circle Village is a fun free celebration featuring a unique Parade and other activities, presented by The Cleveland Museum of Art, and Circle Village, presented by University Circle Inc. on June 14 from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m.
The parade route begins and ends at the Cleveland Museum of Art, moving counterclockwise along Wade Oval Drive and East Blvd. The closest transit stop is the HealthLine's Adelbert Station on Euclid Avenue. Besides the HealthLine, the Station is served by several bus routes and the Red Line replacement buses (66R).
Because of construction, buses replace Red Line trains east of Tower City on June 14. Either a replacement bus (66R) or the HealthLine, can take you to the Adelbert Station.
For free and specific trip planning, call the RTAnswerline, 216-621-9500.
Ride RTA to Parade the Circle
From the West: Take the Red Line or any bus to Tower City/Public Square and transfer to the HealthLine or the Red Line bus eastbound (66R) (replacing Red Line Rapids) in front of Horseshoe Casino. ON JUNE 14 ONLY, CUSTOMERS ON THE 66R BUS WILL HAVE A SPECIAL PARADE THE CIRCLE STOP AT THE ADELBERT STATION.
- 48 Shaker Square area
- 40 Lee-Van Aken area, transfer at the HealthLine
- 41 Warrensville Road area, take bus to Louis Stokes Station at Windermere, then transfer to the HealthLine or 66R bus
- 9 Mayfield area
Regular fares apply. Riders are advised to buy All-Day Passes for added convenience and eaiser transfers.
Enjoy the Parade: This year’s theme is Recologia Desigual – Never Odd or Even. The parade begins at noon, incorporating wonderful artistry with colorful floats, dancers, musicians, puppets, and costumes. For more information about the Parade, visit ClevelandArt.org.
RTA provides quality, economic and safe public transportation via rail, bus and Paratransit throughout Cuyahoga County. Real-time information is available for all buses and trains. Check www.riderta.com or call the RTAnswerline at 216-621-9500.
Media Contact: Mary Shaffer, Public Relations: 216-566-5211