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Pace revamps service in
Downers Grove, Lisle, Naperville and Woodridge

Modernized transit network will add $1 million net increase in bus service to DuPage County

Pace is pleased to announce updates to Pace’s DuPage County bus service that will better connect the county with the region as a whole.

These changes, affecting Downers Grove, Lisle, Naperville and Woodridge, begin Monday, June 13, 2016.

By connecting southern DuPage County with more Metra trains and by linking Naperville and Lombard with a new bus route, Pace hopes to better serve riders and connect communities throughout the region.

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These service changes include combining routes to optimize service; adding earlier and later trips; lengthening the span of service on the new, combined routes; and adding the new Route 722 to connect the Metra BNSF Railway Naperville Station and Yorktown Center in Lombard (operates every 30 minutes, all day Monday-Saturday), increasing access to this part of DuPage County. The restructured Pace routes will meet 33% more Metra trains than they meet currently.

“Pace works hard to meet the changing needs of our regional commuters with the resources we’re given,” said Pace Chairman of the Board Richard Kwasneski. “Modernization plans like this rely heavily on current service evaluation, market research and community input. We’re pleased to report that this final service plan incorporates public feedback gathered at hearings held earlier this year and maintains a robust level of service to / from connecting services.”

Affected routes include 462, 464, 684, 686, 688, 689, 714, 722, and 821. The regular adult fare is $1.75 with a Ventra Card ($2 with cash). Reduced and free ride programs for eligible seniors and people with disabilities are available through the RTA (RTAChicago.com). See the DuPage Service Restructuring for additional information.


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