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(Photo: Jessica Dill/FOX 8 News)

(Photo: Jessica Dill/FOX 8 News)

CLEVELAND – Ever since Cleveland’s Public Square re-opened after a 15-month renovation, Superior Avenue has been closed to buses.

It will remain closed to them, the city of Cleveland announced Tuesday.

Originally, it was thought that Superior would open up to traffic after the Republican National Convention ended, but it remained closed.

Cleveland RTA and the city announced Tuesday that they had been working for several months to develop a plan for Public Square “that is in the best interests of the citizens of Greater Cleveland.”

Both parties have promised to work out any operational impacts of the decision and have informed the Federal Transit Administration of their plans.

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