The Regional Transit Authority (RTA) is the best way to get around Cleveland during the 2013 National Senior Games. Included with your registration is a free 4-day RTA pass that allows travel throughout Cleveland. Any family and friends traveling with you can purchase an RTA card for the Games for just $11 – a 50% discount over the normal pricing. Volunteers for the 2013 National Senior Games may also purchase 4-day passes for just $11.
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The RTA features routes that connect most of The Games’ partner hotels to downtown, competition venues and entertainment options. The RTA includes buses, trams, railways and a state of the art, European-style bus line called the Health Line that connects downtown to the vibrant University Circle area.
Flying into Cleveland Hopkins International Airport? Use your RTA pass for easy travel to downtown and the rest of the city on the Red Line. Visit the National Senior Games welcome table in the baggage claim area for directions or to buy discounted RTA cards for those traveling with you.
The RTA will increase frequency on routes that connect The Games’ venues, hotels and attractions during the event, making RTA the quickest and most cost-effective way to travel around Cleveland during The Games.
For more information on the RTA or to view routes and maps, go to www.riderta.com or call the RTAnswerline at 216-621-9500, Monday-Friday 7am-6pm EST.
The 2013 National Senior Games will also feature a free shuttle to take you from our downtown partner parking lot to The Village sponsored by AstraZeneca at the Cleveland Convention Center. The shuttle will run during the hours The Village is open and provide transportation from the Municipal Parking Lot.