Construction chaos outside The Q on game day

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Cleveland, Ohio - Lebron, Kyrie and construction?

With streets torn up, orange barrels and road closures, there are traffic challenges for Cavaliers' fans.

Tom Oroz rides his bike downtown three times a week and says, "It's a little crazy. Lot more people lots more influx of people. A lot of construction as well."

The City of Cleveland started resurfacing streets near Quicken Loans Arena before this summer's RNC.

The work includes resurfacing portions of Huron Road, East 4th and small roads inbetween.

But could the city have waited until after the NBA Finals?

"We had to start it now because we had to get through with it for the RNC," said Cleveland Director of Public Works, Michael Cox.

Still, some remain frustrated.

" I believe they could have finished a little bit earlier than now, cause it's kind of a ruckus so to speak. They should have been on the ball a little bit better I would say," said Oroz.

The resurfacing project is expected to be complete by early July.

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