Oct 22, 2014
LeBron James

CLEVELAND -- The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is ready to take you to each and every Cavaliers home game this season -- starting with the home opener at 8 p.m. Oct. 30 against the New York Knicks at Quicken Loans Arena – home of the Cavaliers.

To save money and avoid parking hassles, park for free in the more than 7,000 spaces at RTA rail stations, and take theRed,Blue, orGreen lines to the Tower City Station. Avoid the elements and take the Walkway from theTower City Station straight into Quicken Loans Arena lobby.

Prefer the bus? Ride the HealthLine 24/7 on Euclid Avenue, and walk from Public Square to Quicken Loans Arena.

Whichever transit option you prefer, don’t forget to buy a $5 All-Day Pass before you board.

For information on RTA fares or routes, go to riderta.com.

Free outdoor party open to public

The Cavaliers and Turner Sports present a large-scale concert and watch party in the flat surface parking lot at the corner of East 4th Street and Huron Avenue, directly across from the Q. The event is free and open to the public, from 4 p.m. to the end of the game.

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.