By Paul Laux

It’s that time of the year again in Cleveland! And with the playoffs comes many street closures downtown.

For the next (hopefully) couple of weeks, Cleveland is going to be one big hustling city, with a lot of activity going on.

Click on the link to see the specific street closures.

The street bans will be in effect from 1 pm to 1 am for day games, and 4 pm to 1 am for night games.

During the ban, you can’t park on either side of Carnegie Avenue from East Ninth Street to East 14th┬áStreet; of Prospect Avenue from Ontario Street to East 14th; Huron Road from Ontario to West Sixth; Erie Court; Sumner Avenue; East Ninth from Euclid Avenue to Carnegie; East Fourth Street from Prospect to Huron, or on either side of East Second Street from High Street to Prospect.

There will be many lots and garages open and available, but you know already the prices will be pretty expensive to park.

There is always the RTA! $5 round trip tickets to any of their stations. Not too bad.

More here.

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