The Cleveland Division of Police recommends that fans attending the Browns vs. Eagles game Friday evening avoid using Mall C to access Browns Stadium due to the Medical Mart construction project.

Fans are encouraged to use West 3rd Street or E. 9th Street as alternative routes to the stadium. Jaywalking and walking on roadways is dangerous and strictly prohibited.

The public is reminded that it is important to continue to obey traffic laws relating to pedestrians at all times. Sidewalks and crosswalks shall be utilized when available and pedestrians shall follow the instructions of traffic control personnel. Individuals in violation of pedestrian traffic codes can be cited.

Also, parking restrictions and prohibitions are put into place in downtown Cleveland for each Brown’s home football game.   Restrictions are typically in place three hours before each game and continue until two hours after the game’s completion.  The public can look for bright neon signs attached to posts, poles and parking meters in those areas affected by the restrictions.

Violators will be ticketed and towed if parked in violation.  The owner of the car would have to prove ownership of the vehicle and pay all associated fines and fees to have their automobile released from impound.  This can be done at the Cleveland Justice Center located at 1300 Ontario St.; Cleveland, OH  44113.

Cleveland Police encourage carpooling and the use of public transportation to and from Cleveland Brown’s Stadium.

Article Courtesy of WOIO 19 Action News

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