City enacts downtown parking bans for Labor Day weekend

Posted at 11:11 AM, Sep 03, 2016

The City of Cleveland will enact parking bans on some downtown streets in preparation for the influx of visitors and traffic for Labor Day weekend. 

The city's parking bans cover several blocks, and include large portions of both North and South Marginal roads. All parking bans will be enforced from Friday until Monday at 7 p.m. 

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Visitors are expected to flood the city for the Cleveland National Air Show at Burk Lakefront Airport. The Labor Day Parade will get underway at 11 a.m. on Monday, stepping off from East 146th Street and Kinsman Avenue and end at Luke Easter Park. Democratic nominee for president Hillary Clinton will also speak at the park Monday afternoon.

The city is also advising travelers to use the RTA to get downtown for the Cleveland National Airshow. 

View the map below to see where parking is banned: