The Chicago Transit System is the second largest public transportation system in the United States, only second to the MTA in New York City. Chicago is known for its transit, which has been part of the City's history dating back to 1859. Today, Chicago's diverse neighborhoods and 35 nearby suburbs is well serviced by rail and bus transit.
The Chicago Transit System is elevated for the most part.
Chicago Area Transit - Below is a list of options available to you while you are in Chicago
Chicago's train system is known as the 'L'. Serving 145 stations each day, this rapid transit train service is a fast and cost-effective way to get around the city.
The CTA bus operates on the nation's second largest public transportation system and covers the City of Chicago and 35 surrounding suburbs.
Take a free shuttle van to the Rental Car Center at Chicago International Airport when you arrive to pickup your rental for your trip into town or outside of the city.
Metra is Chicago's commuter train system that runs from downtown Chicago through a six-county area of northeast Illinois, with stops at 241 stations.
Divvy is Chicago's bike sharing system that offers locals and visitors an additional transportation option for getting around the city.
Chicago's two major airports, O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and Chicago Midway Airport (MDW) are fully accessible through CTA rail. Save money and ride the 'L' Train.
|Getting Around Chicago||Chicago Taxi|
|Chicago 'L' Train||Metra Train|
|CTA Bus||Pace Bus|
|Car Rental in Chicago||Chicago Area Airports|
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