Plenty of projects underway, expected to be finished by Republican National Convention

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CLEVELAND - The Republican National Convention is less than 3 months away, and there are still plenty of projects around Cleveland that need to be completed before July.

As 50,000 people pour into the city, the first stop will be Cleveland Hopkins International Airport for many.

Hopkins has been undergoing renovations for the last year and has been a pain for current travelers, but plans to be much better and improved before the RNC begins.

There is an expanded welcome center and an easier to navigate baggage claim area.

There is also a lot of construction going on at Public Square.

It's moving along to the final stages and is set to be completed by June.

ODOTO spokesperson Jocelynn Clemings said OPOT prepared for the RNC by getting their traffic patterns and road closures in place last year.

All major projects are on schedule to be finished ahead of the RNC.

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