Attendees inspired to make use of public transit, carpool
CINCINNATI – The Metropolis of Cincinnati is worked up and proud to as soon as once more convey the nation’s largest immersive occasion, BLINK®, again to our Metropolis. The festivities start on Thursday, October 13, 2022, with the Blink Parade. With a view to accommodate this parade, the next streets will shut at occasions listed beneath A number of visitors restrictions will likely be in place throughout evenings from Oct. 13 by means of Oct. 16 so Downtown and Over-the-Rhine streets.
Commuters and guests are inspired to carpool and use public transportation attributable to anticipated visitors and restricted parking.
Metro and TANK are providing free bus service after 6:00 p.m. throughout BLINK. For extra info, together with particulars about Park & Trip choices, go to: Go Metro or TANK Bus.
The Connector is including further streetcars throughout BLINK. Cincinnati Police will trip forward as an escort for the streetcar. All 18 station stops will likely be open. Station stops are wheelchair accessible with degree boarding and accessible seating on each streetcar.
Private and non-private parking garages and floor heaps will likely be open in areas surrounding the occasion location.
For extra details about the occasion, please go to blinkcincinnati.com.
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BLINK: Vehicular Entry Factors
By way of visitors will likely be allowed with police help on a number of main streets whereas BLINK is below manner every of the 4 nights. These embrace the next:
East & West:
- Liberty Avenue
- Central Parkway
- Third Avenue
- Fourth Avenue
- Sixth Avenue
- Ninth Avenue
- Second Avenue
- Fifth Avenue
- Seventh Avenue
- Vine Avenue north of Second Avenue to Sixth Avenue
- Vine Avenue north and south between Central Parkway and Liberty Avenue
Please word: Though these roads will likely be open with police help, motorists ought to permit further time due to anticipated delays in any respect crossings as a result of giant variety of pedestrians who will likely be strolling the path to see the occasion.
BLINK: Street Closures
The next roads will likely be closed whereas BLINK is below manner from roughly 6:30 p.m. to 11:00 p.m. every evening.
Over-the-Rhine: Findlay Market to Washington Park
- Elm Avenue: twelfth Avenue north to McMicken Avenue
- Race Avenue: twelfth Avenue north to McMicken Avenue
- Nice Avenue: Liberty Avenue north to 14th Avenue
- Dunlap Avenue: Findlay Avenue north to McMicken Avenue
- Elder and Findlay streets: Central Parkway east to Vine Avenue
- Inexperienced Avenue: Vine Avenue east to Logan Avenue
- Wade, Odeon and Magnolia streets: Central Parkway to Elm Avenue
- fifteenth Avenue: Walnut Avenue west to Central Parkway
- 14th Avenue: Central Parkway east to Sycamore Avenue
- thirteenth Avenue: Vine Avenue to Sycamore Avenue
- twelfth Avenue: Vine Avenue to Principal Avenue
- Central Enterprise District: Kroger Retailer to The Banks
- Principal Avenue: Third Avenue to Liberty Avenue
- Walnut Avenue: Second Avenue to Liberty Avenue
- Vine Avenue: Sixth Avenue to Central Parkway
- Eighth Avenue/Garfield Place: Elm Avenue to Sycamore Avenue
- Seventh Avenue: Race Avenue to Sycamore Avenue
- Fourth Avenue: Sycamore Avenue to Vine Avenue
- Roebling Suspension Bridge
BLINK Public Hospitality Areas: OTR, Central Enterprise District, The Banks
There are a number of public hospitality areas that necessitate steady road closures within the following areas.
OTR: Findlay Market and Cincinnati Artwork Academy Areas
- Logan Avenue: Findlay Avenue to Elder Avenue
- Eton Alley: Elm Avenue to Race Avenue
- Jackson Avenue: Central Parkway to twelfth Avenue
Central Enterprise District
- Courtroom Avenue: Race Avenue to Walnut Avenue
- Walnut Avenue: Ninth to Central Parkway
- W. Eighth Avenue: Vine Avenue to Elm Avenue
Freedom Approach: Rosa Parks Avenue to Joe Nuxhall Approach
Marian Spencer Approach: Second Avenue to Ted Berry Approach at Roebling Bridge
BLINK Parade: Fifth Avenue between Broadway and Central Avenue
Fifth Avenue will likely be closed between Central Avenue and Broadway beginning at 6:30 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13, for the parade. By way of visitors additionally will likely be prohibited one block north and one block south of every intersection alongside Fifth Avenue at Lawrence, Broadway, Sycamore, Principal, Walnut, Vine, Race and Elm streets.
Native entry to garages alongside the route will likely be maintained.
Please word: For security causes, the streetcar is not going to function the Downtown loop through the parade. Service in OTR, nonetheless, will proceed.
As well as, the next streets will likely be closed for gear and float staging starting at 4:00 p.m. till roughly 10:00 p.m.
- Sentinel Avenue between Fifth Avenue and Eggleston Avenue
- Reedy Avenue between Broadway and Eggleston Avenue
- Seventh Avenue between Broadway and Culvert Avenue
- New Avenue between Broadway and Culvert Avenue
- Culvert Avenue between Reedy Avenue and E. Fifth Avenue
- Native entry for residents will likely be maintained with the help of Cincinnati Law enforcement officials on website.
- Cincinnati Police could shut extra streets as wanted, relying on visitors volumes.
- Authorities Sq. will likely be closed starting at 6:00 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 13. Patrons ought to catch their buses through the general public entrances to the Transit Middle alongside Second Avenue.
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