Pace Suburban Bus is the nation's premier suburban transit provider,
safely and efficiently moving people to work, school, and other regional
destinations. Pace's family of public transportation service offers affordable
and environmentally responsible transit options for the residents of 284
municipalities in Cook, Will, DuPage, Kane, Lake and McHenry counties.
The backbone of Chicago's suburbs, Pace serves more than a hundred thousand
daily riders. One of the largest bus services in North America, Pace covers
3,446 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.
Pace is governed by a thirteen-member Board of Directors.
Each serves a four-year term and, with the exception of the Chairman and Commissioner
of the Mayor′s Office for People with Disabilities, must be a Mayor or
Village President from his or her respective region, or a former
Mayor or Village President residing in his or her respective region.
For More Information
Transit Supportive Development Guidelines
The Development Guidelines have been established in Pace's effort to
work with suburban communities, developers, planners and businesses to
reduce congestion and resulting emissions.
These Guidelines will assist transit planners in producing standardized
documentation for regional planning purposes.
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