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Pace Makes Progress on Regional
Pulse Program

Pace will hold three public meetings to present and gather feedback on proposed plans related to the Pulse rapid transit program. On Thursday, July 12, from 6-8 PM, Pace and RTA will host an open house for the Central Harlem Avenue Corridor Study at Morton West High School. The goal of the project is to improve transit along the corridor to support future Pulse service. On July 16 (from 6-8 PM at 5151 N. Milwaukee Ave.) and July 18 (from 4-6 PM at 6960 Oakton St.), public hearings will be held to share and solicit public feedback on proposed Pulse Milwaukee Line operating plans, which include improvements to the hours and frequency of service along the Milwaukee Avenue corridor and proposed service reductions to Route 270. READ MORE.

 

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Introducing TripCheck from Pace Paratransit

We know our riders have places to be and schedules to keep, and we're always looking for new ways to help them get from place to place. We're pleased to announce an innovative new service that will help you keep track of your Pace Paratransit trips in the city and the suburbs. (It will also work on Pace-operated Dial-a-Rides.) TripCheck is a new tool to view scheduled (and past) trips and cancel trips more than two hours away. Access it at PaceBus.com/TripCheck or learn more here.

 

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Get to Rosemont's Impact Field Faster than a Screaming Line Drive

Don't miss the Chicago Dogs playing baseball at Impact Field in Rosemont's new Pearl District this summer-it's a fun (and affordable) summer outing! Pace will help you avoid traffic with two free services sponsored by the Village of Rosemont, both of which pick up at the CTA Blue Line station in Rosemont. Pace Impact Field Direct takes riders directly to the game two hours beforehand. An hour later, the Rosemont Circulator begins making trips there as well, in addition to other stops around Rosemont's Entertainment District. [Read more]