There is a wide range of transportation means to and from Cleveland International Airport. Travelers can easily choose the most appropriate and best-suited transport types according to their budget and time.
Cleveland Hopkins International Airport connects with the Cleveland Rapid Transit system (RTA), which is a light rail system in Cleveland Area and Cuyahoga County. The Red Line connects the downtown of Cleveland with CLE Airport through the Tower City Station (CLE The Airport of Windermere). The Red Line runs and to the Airport (CLE) for the whole day. The duration of the ride is approximately half an hour. The Train departs from Downtown of Cleveland every 15 minutes during the day.
The rail station at Cleveland Airport Terminal is located on the ground level. Concerning the price rates, it depends on the status of a person and the duration of the tickets' use. One-way ticket costs around $2.50 for senior, $1.25 disabled, $1.75 for students. Daily passes vary from $5.50 senior, $2.75 disabled, $4.50 student. There are also 7-day passes, which cost $25.00 for seniors and $12.50 disabled.
Regional Transit Authority manages Cleveland Hopkins Airport Bus (RTA). RTA Bus route no.22 is the only route that offers the service to and from CLE Airport during the day. Bus Departs from the outside are of Arrivals building at CLE. During the night, the bus goes from downtown Cleveland to Cleveland Hopkins International Airport only.
CLE offers a comfortable taxicab service for passengers leaving the airport. Around 110 white vehicles are provided, and each car includes GPS technology, pre-set rate structure, in-cab cameras, and experienced drivers by customer service training. Two companies operate this service: American and Ace Taxi. To use the service, take the walkway at the South end of the Baggage Claim. As for the Drop-offs and Pick-ups, remember that they are made at this location only. Taxis are available during the whole twenty-four hours and seven days per week. For more information, call: 216.265.7816.