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RNC Traffic Information

By Admin on 
Posted on July 17, 2016

With the Republican National Convention set to kick off this evening in downtown Cleveland, we wanted to share some traffic information for our patients and visitors, because emergencies happen regardless of who is in town.

If you are coming from points west and south, please use I-490 east to I-77 north and exit at East 22nd Street exit. There may be fewer lanes open on I-77 north into town, but the exit will be open.

If you are coming from the far eastern suburbs, use I-77 north to East 22nd Street exit. If you are coming from the near eastern suburbs, use Carnegie Avenue or Woodland Avenue to East 22nd Street.

You can follow our updates throughout the week on social media, including Facebook (@StVincentCMC) and Twitter (@StVincentCMC).

We're excited to participate in putting Cleveland on the national and international stage. We wish everyone a safe week.


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