Euclid Corridor Transportation Project
RTA HealthLine Fact Sheet
- The HealthLine represents 9.2 miles of roadway improvements on and adjacent to Euclid Avenue.
- Offers frequent and convenient travel between Downtown, University Circle and East Cleveland, with 40 stops along the way.
- The HealthLine has its name as a result of a Naming Rights Partnership with both the Cleveland Clinic and University Hospitals, which are also two major
locations served along Euclid Avenue.
- In 20 minutes, the HealthLine can move passengers from Public Square to University Circle; to East Cleveland in about 30 minutes.
- The HealthLine is visited often by representatives of other cities, states and countries as an example of a highly successful Bus Rapid Transit (BRT) system.
- Over $4.3 billion dollars has been into the Euclid Avenue Corridor, including:
- $62 million generated local taxes
- $180 million Cleveland State University master plan
- $500 million University Hospitals expansion
- 7.9 million square feet in commercial development
- 13,000 new jobs
- $350 million Cleveland Museum of Art project
- $506 million Cleveland Clinic Heart Center
- 4,000 new residential units along the route
- Hybrid-electric technology on the specialty designed HealthLine Rapid Transit Vehicles, and the addition of 1,500 trees helps to make Cleveland greener.
- Additional ‘Green’ facts
- By riding the HealthLine you can reduce your carbon footprint
- 45 million barrels of oil a year are saved by using public transportation; reducing the need for foreign oil by 40%
- HealthLine buses can transport both you and your bicycle
Arriving every 5 minutes during morning and afternoon weekday rush hours, and providing service in 10, 15, 20 and 30 minute increments during other
hours, the HealthLine offers service 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. All schedules are online.