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A double dose of Cincinnati pro sports action may cause headaches for downtown commuters Thursday.
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CINCINNATI -- A double dose of Cincinnati pro sports action may cause headaches for downtown commuters Thursday.
The Reds and Bengals both have home games Thursday. The Reds started at 12:30 p.m. and kick off for the Bengals game is 7 p.m.
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Anyone who parks at the Central Parking riverfront garage or close to the Banks should take note. Anyone who parks in the riverfront garage has to be out by 1 p.m.
So, if you work downtown or are going to the Reds game, you should avoid that lot.
Reds fans that use “Lot B” for the game will have to leave that lot by 45 minutes after the end of the ball game.
That’s because people will need to use it for the Bengals game.