COTA’s CBUS Extended Until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday for Highball Festivities – COTA

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COTA’s CBUS Extended Until 3 a.m. on Friday and Saturday for Highball Festivities


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Buy One Get One Free Admission Vouchers Available on the CBUS
Beginning Friday
COLUMBUS, OH—The Central Ohio Transit Authority’s (COTA) CBUS® is the official transportation of the
annual Halloween event in the Short North Arts District, and will run until 3 a.m. both evenings of the event!
Pick up “Buy One Get One Free” HighBall admission vouchers on the CBUS starting Friday morning,
Oct. 21 while supplies last.
Due to street closures for the event, the CBUS will be rerouted as follows:
Northbound: The CBUS will continue east on Nationwide Boulevard across High Street, turn left on 4th Street,
left on 2nd Avenue, right on High Street, right on 3rd Avenue, into its regular layover.
Southbound: The CBUS will turn right on Summit Street, right on Chestnut Street, left on High Street, and
resume its regular route.
Customers should expect delays and reroutes beginning Fri., Oct. 21, around 6 p.m., lasting through the
morning of Sun., Oct. 23 in the Short North and Downtown areas, in conjunction with HighBall.
Lines 2, 4, 5, 7, 8, Night Owl, CBUS and COTA AirConnect will be impacted by the multi-day event.
Despite delays and reroutes, COTA offers festival goers an alternative to driving and parking to get to HighBall.
Friday and Saturday evening, COTA’s Night Owl will also operate (on reroutes) between Clintonville, Ohio
State campus, Short North and Downtown at 30 minute frequencies from 7 p.m. until 3 a.m.
Visit for detailed information about COTA reroutes.
Visit or call Customer Service at (614) 228-1776 for more information.

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