CLEVELAND, OH (WOIO) –
Coming or going to Friday’s Home Opener at Progressive Field – don’t even think about taking Chester Avenue.
It is a maze of orange barrels and it’s down to one lane from the innerbelt into and out of downtown.
Yes, there will be delays on Chester and plenty of aggravation.
And you should definitely avoid 9th Street, between Euclid and Prospect.
Construction on the new county office building and the new apartments complexes on both sides of East 9th have you down to just one lane south, and two lanes north.
This promises to be a mess since people, for some reason, flock to 9th, as if it’s the only way in or out of the city.
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