Getting around the City: Your Transportation Guide to Cleveland provides you information on your transportation options in the city. Getting around Cleveland is easy and efficient by using one of the many transportation options in the city. Besides the pubic bus service in the city, there are also trolleys, rail service, shuttles and taxi services.
The Greater Regional Transit Authority or RTA, provides the bulk of alternative forms of transportation in Cleveland and its service is considered to be among the nation’s finest. The Regional Transit Authority has service to all of the important attractions in the city, including the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, Cleveland Browns Stadium, Quicken Loans Arena, all of the colleges and universities in the Greater Cleveland area and the important shopping and dining areas of the city. Basic fare is on par with any other major American metropolitan transit system and discounts are available for senior citizens and people living with disabilities.
Being in a major American city like Cleveland, you can also find a number of tour buses that operate in the city, airport shuttles and taxi/limousine services. If you want rent a bicycle, there are several bicycle shops in Cleveland that allow bicycle rentals as well as bicycle helmets for your safety.