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Wednesday, March 18, 2015

Reminder: Traffic Is Gonna Suck Later Today In and Around Downtown

Posted By on Wed, Mar 18, 2015 at 12:30 PM

click to enlarge ERIK DROST
  • ERIK DROST
President Obama will be speaking this afternoon at the Global Center for Health Innovation, and the Cavs will host the Nets of Brooklyn at the Q tonight.

In short, traffic gonna be cray as your workday comes to a close. The police department has already served a warning to evening travelers.



No doubt that the congestion will come with all sorts of online discourse about the meaning of high-volume traffic, i.e. that Cleveland doesn't know shit about gridlock or that this is the price we all have to pay to live in a city on the rise or that an inclination toward cycling to and from work will advance our city's progressive brand just that much more. Ready your hot takes, everybody.

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