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Traffic tips for Balloon Glow at Coney Island

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CINCINNATI (FOX19) -

Planning on attending Balloon Glow and the Fireworks at Coney Island Monday night? Cincinnati police have provided some important tips that will make your family experience a fun one.

  • Arrive early to beat the traffic to get a good parking spot. Coney Island has food and beverages for your family to enjoy. Kellogg Avenue will be closed 15 minutes before the fireworks begin.
  • All parking areas/gates can be used for this event.
  • Be patient when it comes to leaving after the fireworks.
  • Don’t plan on watching the fireworks from Interstate 275. The Ohio State Highway Patrol will be monitoring the highway and stopping anywhere on the highway might result in getting an unwanted traffic ticket.
  • Don’t plan on watching the fireworks from Kellogg Avenue. Not only will it be closed, but blocking the roadway might result in you getting an unwanted traffic ticket.
  • If you’ll be picking up family members after the event, exit I-275 using exit #72 and follow the signs to the pick-up area.

List: Fourth of July Fireworks Shows in the Tri-State

For more information, visit ConeyIslandPark.com.

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