CLEVELAND, OH – The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA) rail service for the Cleveland Browns exhibition game at 1 p.m. on Sunday, August 22, will be different for some fans because of on-going projects affecting the Blue-Green and Waterfront Lines.
Regular Red Line service to Tower City will run with its usual frequency of every 15 minutes before and after the game, with RTA using three-car trains to accommodate riders on the most popular route used by Browns fans. Then it's a short walk from Tower City to the stadium.
Blue-Green Line riders will ride to Tower City on the #67R bus, which operates a unique route serving only the busier light rail stops. Additional buses will be in service based on the expected ridership. Each bus will serve Green Road Station, Belvoir, and the Warrensville-Shaker intersection, and then travel south on Warrensville to serve all #67R stops along Van Aken Blvd. to Shaker Square, E. 116th Street, and Buckeye-Woodhill, with continuing service to Tower City (West Prospect Ave. at West 3rd St.). Details are here.
The Waterfront Line will remain closed for the August 22 exhibition game, pending bridge and track inspection for possible repair work. RTA officials will update riders regarding Waterfront Line service before the September 19 home game.
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