Thursday, March 20, 2003

How to get to the ballpark



By Cindi Andrews
The Cincinnati Enquirer

Great American Ball Park's main entrance is at Second and Main streets. Pedestrians can also get in from Mehring Way and via a stairway on Pete Rose Way between Old and New Broadway.

From northbound Interstate 471: Take the Sixth Street exit, or follow the signs for I-75 and get off at Third Street.

From southbound I-71: Take the Gilbert Avenue exit and follow the signs, or take the Third Street exit.

From northbound I-71/75: Take the Second Street or Fifth Street exit.

From southbound I-75: Take the exit for Seventh, Fifth or Second.

By Metro: Take any route that goes to the main Government Square stop on Fifth Street. Metro also will have express park-and-ride service on Opening Day and April 3 from the Anderson Park & Ride, 7954 Beechmont Ave.; Kenwood Baptist Church, 8341 Kenwood Road; Cobblewood Plaza, near Winton Road and I-275 in Forest Park; and Western Hills Plaza on Glenway Avenue. The cost is $5 round trip. Information: 621-4455

By Southbank Shuttle: Buses loop among Covington, Newport and downtown Cincinnati. The Transit Authority of Northern Kentucky runs extra buses for Reds games. Cost: 50 cents each way. Information: (859) 331-8265

By water taxi: Catch BB Riverboats' ferry at Covington Landing. Cost: $2 round trip. Information: (859) 261-8500




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