Heading downtown for the Cavs’ game? There’s a change in east side RTA train service

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CLEVELAND –  A reminder if you are heading downtown today for the Cavs’ playoff game, or one of the many watch parties: there are some changes to the RTA train schedule.

Due to construction on the Innerbelt Bridge, 66R and 67R buses will replace all east side rail service on the Red, Blue, and Green Lines.  The buses will pick up at all stations on the Red, Blue and Green Lines from Tower City to Windermere, Warrensville – Van Aken, and Green Road. Buses will pick up for Tower City Station on Public Square in front of Horseshoe Casino.

The buses will run on a schedule as close to the train schedules as possible, but RTA is suggesting that everyone allow a little extra time to get to where they’re going.

Regular service resumes tomorrow.

Click here for more information from RTA.