Wrigley Field Express
The Wrigley Field Express serves most night, weekend, and holiday events (Cubs games and concerts) all season and most events in June, July, and early August. There is no service to weekday afternoon games in April, May, late August, September, or October due to our school-related services.
Pace is also unable to serve makeup or playoff games due to driver scheduling and bus availability issues with the extremely short notice of game dates and starting times.
Buses are scheduled to arrive 1 hour before the first pitch or prior to the concert starts. Buses depart from Wrigley Field 30 minutes after the event ends. Drop-off and pick-up points are marked with Pace bus stop signs on Clark Street. Riders should ensure they board the bus headed to their correct destination.
Only $4.50 per person each way! Riders can use cash, mobile wallets (Samsung/Google/Fitbit/Apple Pay apps) or your personal contactless bankcard. Exact change is required if paying with cash.
Surcharges apply and can be paid with cash or Ventra transit value for riders using regular Pace/CTA passes or when transferring from other Pace/CTA services. Transfers are not available using contactless debit/credit cards unless they are registered to your Ventra account. Free rides for RTA Ride Free Cardholders and up to two children (under 7 years old) riding with each fare paying adult. Reduced fares are available for RTA Reduced Fare qualified riders.
Fans can also take Pace's regular fixed-route buses to all Wrigley Field events at lower fares via our transit centers in Rosemont, Forest Park, and elsewhere that connect with CTA rail lines and buses. See the RTA's Trip Planner to determine the best alternate non-express ways to get to Wrigley Field!
Please note: Pace is not able to serve every Wrigley Field event due to various resource constraints and can only provide one bus from the Hillside Park-n-Ride boarding location and up to six buses from the northwest suburban location for weekday Wrigley Field Express service.
Riders are seated on a first-come-first-served basis. Pace should be able to accommodate everyone who wants to ride but, in instances of extreme overcrowding, and at the bus operator's discretion, some riders may not be able to board.
No public restrooms are available at Atrium Center Park-n-Ride and riders are requested to park only in the lot immediately adjacent to the ESPD bus stop sign.
Avoid high parking costs and frustrating traffic... ride Pace Express to Wrigley Field and let us do the driving for you!