Public Transportation

Adequate public transportation facilities exist in Cleveland for the locals as well as those who travel to Cleveland on business or vacation. A comprehensive bus service and four different train lines make up the public transportation system. Detailed information on routes and schedules can be accessed through the official web site of the RTA.

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Official website of the Cleveland RTA

The Rail system which is known as the 'Lolly the Trolley' is the best way to get around Cleveland. The system covers all important spots in the City and is currently free too. However, larger groups can also charter a trolley and move around the city according to their own itinerary. The trolley seats 38 people.

The Red Line trains are useful for people moving from the Airport to Louis Stokes station weaving through the Tower City Center in downtown Cleveland, the University Circle and terminating finally in East Cleveland. The green and blue lines are for movement between Tower City and Shaker Square. However, the blue lines branch off from Shaker square to the intersection of Warrensville Road, and Van Aken Boulevard. For more precise information on specific routes, please refer to the RTA website.

When you travel Cleveland Ohio, you can use the entire system of buses, trains and trolley at a cost of $3.50 per passenger per day. The E-line trolley service is available from 7.00 to 23.00 hrs on weekdays and days on which special events are scheduled. The B Line service is available from 7.00 to 19.00 hrs on weekdays.

Schedules and passes on Cleveland RTA

Lolly the trolley - Cleveland

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