Pace Soldier Field Express Serves All Bears
Pace's Soldier Field Express
bus features a Bears football theme.
It′s been a long offseason since pro football ended last winter in Chicago, and the preseason was filled with excitement,
hard work and preparations that are sure to please the fans.
Sure, we could be talking about the Bears′ players and coaches, but we′re actually referring to Pace gearing up for
the Soldier Field Express, which serves all home games throughout the regular
Buses depart from seven suburban park-n-rides in Schaumburg, Elk Grove, Lombard, Bolingbrook,
Burr Ridge, Palos Heights and Oak Lawn- all with free parking.
Skip the high cost of parking near the stadium and the hassles of fighting gameday traffic with the more convenient, money-saving
alternative: Pace′s Soldier Field Express.
Precise departure times for each bus stop for all of the games are available on the Soldier
Field Express schedule page. Return trips depart the stadium 30 minutes after the end of the game.
Fares are $4 per person, payable using a Ventra Card, personal bankcard or cash on the bus. Exact fare is required if paying
with cash, as bus operators do not provide change. Reduced and free fares are available to qualified riders, and up to two children
under age 7 ride free with each fare paying adult.
The Soldier Field Express is one of Pace′s Express Services to Popular Destinations,
which includes direct service to White Sox and Cubs games, Toyota Park in Bridgeview, Ravinia Festival in Highland Park, Rosemont′s
Allstate Arena, Six Flags Great America and more.