Focused on providing the best ballpark experience for all fans, the Cleveland Indians enhanced convenience and accessibility for fans traveling to and from Progressive Field as well as concessions value during the baseball season.
The Indians transportation initiative provides affordable and convenient downtown transportation to and from Progressive Field.
The Cleveland Indians, in conjunction with the City of Cleveland and the company filming "Captain America: Winter Soldier," have worked diligently to minimize any inconveniences experienced by Indians fans wishing to visit downtown Cleveland.
East Ninth Street remains open south of Walnut Avenue, providing access to popular gameday routes including Huron Road and Prospect Avenue. The Gateway East Parking Garage will remain accessible by way of Bolivar Avenue off East Ninth Street and Huron Road. Please see the map from at right for information about closures and alternate routes around the ballpark.
Fans can get LIVE UPDATES on Twitter by following the #CLECaptTraffic hashtag.
A FREE SHUTTLE from Ohio City will run May 30, May 31 and June 1 during the days with the most impactful road closures. The shuttle picks up fans at the corner of West 25th Street and Market Avenue, near the West Side Market, and drops fans off near the Indians Team Shop and Gate D on Ontario St.
Want to leave the car at home and skip the RTA? Visit this page for:
Visit Ohio City (W. 25 St. and Lorain Ave.) for food and nightlife and travel by shuttle for free before every home game. Just show your Indians game ticket or an Ohio City business receipt, and ride for free on the Great Lakes Brewery shuttle (Monday-Saturday games), or the Indians shuttle for all Thursday night, Friday and Saturday home games.
Progressive Field is in the heart of the gateway district with many affordable culinary options to choose from on game days.
Coming to Progressive Field from out of town or just want to spend the night downtown after a game?