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touring cleveland

by air

Cleveland-Hopkins International Airport (CLE) serves as a hub for Continental Airlines, serving nearly 700 arrival routes daily from more than 142 locations. The airport terminal is conveniently located near the intersection of I-71, I-480 and I-80, along with direct rail service from the airport terminal to downtown Cleveland. Address: 5300 Riverside Drive, Cleveland, OH 44135. For more information, call 216.265.6030.

Burke Lakefront Airport (BKL) is a standard and business aviation terminal operated by the city of Cleveland. Founded in the heart of downtown Cleveland, BKL offers unparalleled entry into the downtown industry and destinations. Address: 1501 North Marginal Drive, Cleveland, OH 44114. For more information, call 216.781.6411.

Akron-Canton Airport (CAK) is specialized in making your flights to the Greater Cleveland region much more comfortable and satisfying. CAK offers the most affordable standard ticket of any airport terminal in Ohio with nearby car parking, on-site car rental, and high-quality low-fare service aboard AirTran Airways. Address: 5400 Lauby Road, N. Canton, OH 4472. For more information, call 330.896.2385.

By taxi or airport van

Taxis, as well as airport terminal vehicles, serve many of the area’s cities and air terminals and are a substitute for renting a car if you don’t intend to do a lot of sightseeing and sightseeing.
By rental car
There is a wide range of car rental providers that you can count on. Some possible options are as follows:

Notice (800.230.4898)
Company (800.261.7331)
Hertz (800.654.3131)
National (877.222.9058)

by train

Amtrak can make many daily stops in the city. The rail station building (which has a waiting room) is located at 200 Cleveland Memorial Shoreway, Cleveland, OH 44114. For more information, call 800.USA.RAIL (800.872.7245).

By bus

Greyhound Bus Lines offers a scheduled program to and from its downtown terminal station, which is available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. Address: 1465 Chester Avenue, Cleveland, OH 44114. For more information, call 216.781.0520 or 216.781.1841.

Megabus offers daily low-cost express bus assistance to/from Toledo and Chicago. Your own high-class double decks give you 100% free wi-fi, stunning windows, plus an alternative eco-friendly route to take a trip. The downtown Cleveland stop area for departures and arrivals is located at the joint RTA and megabus.com stop next to the entrance to Tower City at West Huron Road and West 3rd Street. For more information, call 877.GO2.MEGA (877.462.6342).

By car
Highway tourists will find that Cleveland is essentially at the crossroads of several interstate highways (I-77, I-71, and I-90). Ohio Route 2 comes after the Lake Erie shoreline through Cleveland, while I-80 (Ohio Turnpike) and I-480 run east to west of the city.

By public transport

Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority (RTA): RTA features public transportation in the city of Cleveland and 58 neighboring cities, and also ranks as one of the largest transportation systems in the state. Incorporates bus and rapid transit service, a hassle-free downtown bike bus program and four rapid transit lines (red, blue, green and waterfront) that take people almost anywhere in the area Cleveland Metropolitan. Fares are $2.25 each way. For more information, call 216.621.9500.

Rail Service: In general, there are three rail service lines to choose from:

Red Line – This particular train line runs from Louis Stokes Station in Windermere in East-Cleveland to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport, which is to the west. Accommodates multiple people from University Circle and West Park.

Blue Line and Green Line: These sister rail lines travel between Tower City and Shaker Square. From Shaker Square, they would go their separate ways. The Blue Line continues to Van Aken Boulevard and the Warrensville Road intersection, while the Green Line runs from Shaker Boulevard to Green Road.

Waterfront Line – This particular line is just an extension of the Blue and Green Lines and their line starts in Tower City. From there, it would go to the East Bank of the Flats to the South Harbor Station in the municipal parking lot.
For more information, call 216.621.9500.

Downtown Trolley Service: Trolleys are running again in Cleveland and the fare is free. Two routes operate Monday through Friday from 7 am to 7 pm.

The E-Line services the warehouse district on West 9th and West 6th streets, Public Square and Tower City, the entertainment district on East 4th Street, the theaters at PlayhouseSquare, Cleveland State University, as well as other industrial areas on Lower Euclid Ave.

The B line circles Superior and Lakeside avenues between West 6th Street in the Warehouse District and East 12th Street. It services the State Office Building, Public Square and Tower City, the Cleveland Public Library, the Convention Center, the Cleveland City Hall, the Federal Office Building, the Cuyahoga County Offices, as well as other commercial locations.

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