Pace asks travelers to prepare for snow and cold, allow more time for trips
ARLINGTON HEIGHTS, IL – In response to the National Weather Service Winter Storm Warning, Pace has issued a weather alert advising those who must travel to prepare for severe weather and slower travel times. Pace encourages passengers to postpone non-essential travel if they are able. Pace’s maintenance team is prepared to clear garages and bus terminals and all available personal have been called to operate service. However, due to the low visibility and extreme cold forecasted, this winter weather event may slow traffic and cause service delays. Please be cautious as you travel. For those who must go out, wear warm clothing, layer, and prepare for possible delays until roads are clear.
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Pace Suburban Bus safely and efficiently moves people to work, school, and other regional destinations with its family of public transportation services. Pace offers affordable and environmentally responsible transit options for the residents of 274 municipalities in Cook, Will, DuPage, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties. The backbone of Chicago's suburbs, Pace serves tens of thousands of daily riders. One of the largest bus services in North America, Pace covers 3,677 square miles, an area nearly the size of the state of Connecticut and about 15 times the size of the City of Chicago. Pace's innovative approach to public transportation gives the agency a national reputation as an industry leader.