The Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority provides public transportation in the City of Cleveland and 58 surrounding municipalities, and ranks among the nation’s largest transportation systems.
Downtown Trolley Service
Trolleys are back in Cleveland, and the fare is “free with a smile”.
The E-Line (Routes operate from 7am – 7pm Monday through Friday) serves the Warehouse District on West 9th and West 6th streets, Public Square and Tower City, the Entertainment District on East 4th Street, the theaters at PlayhouseSquare, Cleveland State University, and other commercial spots on Lower Euclid Avenue.
The C-Line (Routes operate from 7pm - 11 pm weekdays and 11 a.m. – 11 p.m. weekends.) connects the Horseshoe Casino Cleveland and the future Medical Mart and Convention Center, with stops at PlayhouseSquare, East Fourth Street area and Historic Warehouse District.
For more information on Downtown Trolley Service, click here.
RTA HealthLine- Euclid Corridor Transportation
The HealthLine route runs down 6.8 miles of Euclid Avenue (known as the Euclid Corridor) from Downtown to East Cleveland, connecting the city’s cultural and educational institutions, medical and business centers, and all the mom and pop shops in between. The HealthLine stops at E. 14th Street at PlayhouseSquare. For more information about the Healthline, schedules, maps and fees, click here.
Bus and Rail Service
RTA operates an extensive rail service with free parking for about 7,000 vehicles. All three lines (Red, Blue and Green) serve the Tower City station. From there, it is just a short ride to East 14th Street and PlayhouseSquare via the HealthLine or the E-Line Trolley.