The proposed Pulse 95th Street Line project corridor is approximately 12.4 miles in length and runs east-west between the CTA Red Line 95th Street Station in Chicago and Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills via 95th Street, then south on either Harlem Avenue or 76th Avenue, west on 103rd Street, south on Roberts Road, and west on 107th Street. The proposed route would include connections to other transit services including the CTA Red Line 95th Street Station and other CTA routes, other Pace bus routes, Metra Rock Island District Line Longwood Station, Metra Southwest Service, and Oak Lawn Patriot Station. The Pulse 95th Street Line would also provide connections to three future Pulse Lines at Harlem, Cicero, and Halsted. The routing between 95th Street and 103rd Street will be determined based on proposed supporting improvement plans for the Tri-State Tollway (I-294) and the Pulse Harlem Line, among other factors. All routing is subject to change.
Existing service along the route includes Pace Route 381, which operates a fixed-route bus service between Chicago and Moraine Valley Community College in Palos Hills. Route 381 connects with CTA routes and Metra train lines including the CTA Red Line, Metra Rock Island District Line Longwood Station, and Metra Southwest Service Oak Lawn Patriot Station.
The 95th Street Line project area features a mix of land uses, including residential and commercial properties, educational institutions, parks, recreational and medical facilities, and public transit access points. Popular destinations include the CTA Red Line 95th Street Station, Metra Rock Island District Line Longwood Station, Evergreen Plaza Center, Advocate Christ Medical Center, Little Company of Mary Hospital, Metra Southwest Service Oak Lawn Patriot Station, Chicago Ridge Mall, Bridgeview Courthouse, and Moraine Valley Community College.