People tend to check in during these times:
The public transit is well thought out. The cars are huge.
If any one place in Cleveland could be called a transit hub, this is it. Lots of great connections to be had on the Red, Blue, Green and Waterfront Lines. I recommend the day pass for $5.
It's remarkably easy to understand where to go in here, considering four rapid transit lines meet. It's perfectly safe. Use a prepaid card to get through the turnstile faster.
If you use the rta for transportation, buy a car. These guys have no clue what thay are doing. Trust me you'll be late.
On blue and green: eastbound, pay when you get on. Westbound, pay when you get off. Rule of thumb is pay at tower city.
You get to hear other people's awesome music they play from their Boost Mobile phone
Don't make eye contact and smile at anyone. You'll get unsolicited hugs and bodily contact.
Train are the way to go
I have never come across such rude people in my life! This place has the worst customer service ever!
When exiting the west 25th rta stop wait until everyone has gone up the stairs or you'll have people getting too close to u
Takes 18 minutes from downtown to institute if art on healthline 30mins by car
Purchase separate passes when going to and coming from a destination. Learned this one the hard way.
Shared my lunch with a pigeon
Redline westbound rerouted dont even bother
Use the RTA android app to see train times
Trains are mostly on time.
Quickest way to University Circle is the Red Line
If you buy a allday pass and its near 9PM buy it at 930PM you Can use it allday the next day too
For newbies: be sure that the driver doesn't switch the destination sign after the train has pulled in or you could end up on the wrong train.
Don't buy your RTA ticket at street level (bus stop) if you're riding the train, buy your ticket below street level near the turnstiles.