PyCon 2019 in Cleveland, Ohio

Public Transit in Cleveland

## Bike share The [UH Bikes]( bike share system has bikes available throughout the entire city! There are two stations in the immediate vicinity of the Huntington Convention Center, making them a a great way to explore the city. For more information see [the UH Bikes website]( Mobile apps are available for: - [iOS]( - [Android]( ## Bus and Train Cleveland has Rail and Bus public transit options to get around the city operated by the [Greater Cleveland Regional Transit Authority]( or "RTA". ### Fares For fare information, see [RTA's website]( ### Mobile Ticketing You can purchase individual fares, single day passes, and multi-day passes via a mobile app. - [iOS]( - [Android]( ### Routes and Timetables Routes, timetables, and service advisories are available from [The RTA directly]( or via: - Transit App - [Android]( - [iOS]( - Google Maps - [Android]( - [iOS]( For a. complete list of featured mobile apps, see the [RTA's website]( ### Trollies The RTA also operates four trolley lines in the downtown district which are "Free with a Smile". Trolley operators, called "ambassadors", are trained to help you with local information. All lines run within a block of the Huntington Convention Center and are an excellent way to get around downtown Cleveland. For more information on each line, hours, and timetables see: - [NineTwelve]( - [E-Line]( - [B-Line]( - [C-Line]( <h3 id="airport-to-downtown">Airport to Downtown</h3> RTA's Airport Station is on the lower level of the terminal complex. To reach it, take the elevators or escalators near the center of the ticketing and baggage claim levels. The RTA Red Line is a heavy rail line running directly from Cleveland Hopkins International Airport to Tower City Center. The trip takes about 30 minutes. Trains depart for downtown approximately every 10-15 minutes from 4:00 AM until 1:00 AM daily. For a full timetable, see [RTA's website]( From Tower City to the Huntington Convention Center is approximately 0.5 miles or 0.75 kilometers. A one way fare is $2.50