U.S. Court of Appeals for the Sixth Circuit
      Alice M. Batchelder, Chief Judge
 
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Travel Information - Directions to the Court


From the North
Take I-71 south to the Reading Road (US 42 south) Exit. Reading Road merges into Central Parkway. Go about 3 blocks. Turn left on Walnut Street. Go 5 blocks. Turn left on East 5th Street. Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse is located at 100 East Fifth Street (the corner of Fifth Street between Walnut and Main Streets).

From the South
Take I-71 north to the US 50 Exit. Go east on US 50 to Main Street. Turn left on Main Street. Turn right on East 5th Street. Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse is located at 100 East Fifth Street (the corner of Fifth Street between Walnut and Main Streets).

From the East
From US 50 west. US 50 merges into East 3rd Street. Turn right onto Eggleston Avenue. Go to East 9th Street. Turn left onto 9th Street. Turn left onto Walnut Street. Turn onto East 5th Street. Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse is located at 100 East Fifth Street (the corner of Fifth Street between Walnut and Main Streets).

From the West
From I-74 east. Take I-75 south . Take the 5th Street Exit to 100 East 5th Street. Potter Stewart U.S. Courthouse is located at 100 East Fifth Street (the corner of Fifth Street between Walnut and Main Streets).

 

 
 
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