The Ohio Department of Transportation is getting set to re-open the second new span as part of the Inner Belt Bridge project, which by next month will allow five lanes of traffic to flow both eastbound and westbound!
In the interim, though, Tribe fans will be greeted by slight disruptions to a popular route to Progressive Field. The details:
There are three current projects that have potential impact for fans traveling to and from Progressive Field for Tribe games:
Focused on providing the best ballpark experience for all fans, the Cleveland Indians enhanced convenience and accessibility for fans traveling to and from Progressive Field as well as concessions value during the baseball season.
The Indians transportation initiative provides affordable and convenient downtown transportation to and from Progressive Field.
Want to leave the car at home and skip the RTA? Visit this page for:
Park in Ohio City (W. 25 St. and Lorain Ave.) and visit the Great Lakes Brewing Company for food and nightlife, and travel by shuttle before every home game. Ride on the Great Lakes Brewing Company shuttle for just $1 with purchase (Monday-Saturday games).
Progressive Field is in the heart of the gateway district with many affordable culinary options to choose from on game days.
Coming to Progressive Field from out of town or just want to spend the night downtown after a game?