What you need to know about getting around Cleveland for big events this weekend

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CLEVELAND - The Rock and Roll Hall of Fame is hosting the Induction Ceremony this weekend, and the Cavaliers are in the playoffs for the first time since 2010.

With all of that commotion, there are a few things residents and visitors should know about transportation and parking restrictions.

On Saturday:
East Mall Drive - North Bound Complete Road Closure from St. Clair Ave to Lakeside Ave (one way north bound).

East 6 Street -   Partial Road Closure – St. Clair Ave north to Penton parking garage.

Lakeside Ave - Complete road closure from East 6 Street to Ontario Street. Access to Willard garage only on East 9th Street entrance.

On Sunday:

"No Parking” restrictions will be in place at the below areas

Huron Rd – from Ontario St. to Prospect Ave.

Prospect Ave – from Ontario St. To East 14th St.

East 9th St. – from Euclid Ave. to Carnegie Ave.

East 4th St. – from Prospect Ave. to Huron Rd.

A few other tips to remember are to arrive early, put valuables in your trunk, ride the RTA when able and be aware of pedestrians in the road.

For those interested in riding the RTA, know this; After 8:30 p.m., Red Line trains on the West Side will operate every 15 minutes. The last scheduled train leaves Tower City at 12:44 a.m.
Waterfront Line operates on a 30-minute frequency. The last scheduled train leaves the South Harbor Station at 10:50 p.m.

Also remember that motorists who use I-71 north or I-90 east to enter Downtown are also reminded that the Ontario Street exit ramp is temporarily closed and you should use East 9th Street instead – or – Opt for the Alternate! and use I-490 and I-77 to bypass construction.