For more information: www.downtowncleveland.com/play/getting-around/public-transportation
Free Downtown Trolleys
Routes operate from 7:00am – 7:00pm Monday-Friday and each line runs with a 10-minute service interval.
The E-Line Trolley connects many of Cleveland’s premier entertainment destinations along Euclid Avenue. From local music and comedy venues, to world-class restaurants, the nation’s second-largest theater district, shopping, and the unique architecture of downtown — it’s the quickest way to a good time.
More information: http://www.riderta.com/routes/e-line
The B-Line Trolley serves Cleveland’s major business centers. It’s perfect for quick trips to important meetings in and around the State Office Building, Public Square and Tower City, the Cleveland Convention Center and Global Center for Health Innovation, Cleveland City Hall, the Federal Office Building.
More information: http://www.riderta.com/routes/b-line
The C-Line Trolley is your best connection between the Jack Casino and two key buildings — the Convention Center and Global Center for Health Innovation. It also stops at PlayhouseSquare theaters, seven major hotels, and nightclubs and restaurants on East 4th Street and in the Historic Warehouse District and the Flats East Bank, at all hours posted here
More information: http://www.riderta.com/routes/c-line
NineTwelve Trolley (operates 5:45 a.m. – 9:00 a.m. and 2:45 p.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday Friday)
NineTwelve refers to the area of East 9th and East 12th streets. The trolley operates in both directions on East 9th Street, from the Chester Avenue & East 9th to the Lakefront Municipal Parking(Muny) Lot. Trolley service is “free with a smile”. Trolley operators, called “ambassadors”, are trained to help you with local information.
More information: http://www.riderta.com/routes/ninetwelve
RTA’s HealthLine, a state-of-the art bus-rapid transit (BRT) system, offers rail-like convenience with the flexibility of a bus. It connects Public Square to the Louis Stokes Station at Windermere in East Cleveland. The HealthLine operates 24/7 and is very easy to catch. During rush hour, you can catch the HealthLine as frequently as every 5 minutes. This would be the best transportation to reach the Cleveland Clinic and University circle.
1-day, 2-day, or 4-day passes can be purchased online. These day passes will allow you unlimited rides on any RTA Bus or Rapid service anywhere in Cuyahoga County for the number of “days” you purchase.
More information: www.riderta.com/routes/healthline
RTA created the new Stephanie Tubbs Jones Transit Center located at Prospect and E. 21st near CSU’s Wolstein Center. For a complete list of bus routes and schedules click here: www.riderta.com/routes