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Greater Cleveland RTA rerouting downtown buses, closing main office following curfew extension

All west side buses will terminate at the Red Line’s West 25th Street Station, and all east side buses will terminate at Tri-C Metro Campus.
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CLEVELAND — In response to the city of Cleveland's decision to extend its curfew until Tuesday evening at 8:00 p.m., the Regional Transit Authority (RTA) has announced bus routing changes. 

As RTA buses do not have access to downtown Cleveland, all west side buses will terminate at the Red Line’s West 25th Street Station, and all east side buses will terminate at Tri-C Metro Campus, at East 30th and Community College. To access crosstown trips, customers may travel on the Red Line between the East 34th Street Campus Station and the West 25th Street Station.

Tower City Station is closed until further notice.

In addition, the main office of the RTA at 1240 West 6th Street will be closed Monday, June 1 and Tuesday, June 2. 

Employees are being relocated to other locations or are working remotely. Any customers or visitors with business at the main office are being asked to reschedule their visit for another day. The RTA customer service center at Tower City will also be closed.

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