Route 282 Rolling Meadows - Wrigley Field Express NEW Location (3800 Golf Rd.) -
779 Hillside - Wrigley Field Express NEW Location (4898 Darmstadt Rd.)
Pace's two Wrigley Field Express routes take passengers directly to the ballpark from either Pace
Hillside Park-n-Ride or Atrium Center
Park-n-Ride in Rolling Meadows. Riders can take advantage of free parking at both locations.
||The Wrigley Field Express routes serve most night, weekend, and holiday events, and
most events (Cubs games and concerts) in June, July and August. There is no service to weekday afternoon games in April, May,
September, or October. Please note that Pace is not able to serve every stadium event at this time due to resource constraints.
||See schedule below for route departure times. 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! Now you can use your Ventra Card or personal contactless bankcard for quicker boarding on ESPD buses. Riders
may use cash, but exact change is required.
Surcharges apply for riders using regular Pace/CTA passes, and can be paid for with Ventra transit value. Free rides for Ride Free Card holders
and up to two children (under 7 years old) riding with each fare-paying adult. Reduced fares are available for qualified riders.
Wrigley Field Express Schedule
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.
Due to capital funding constraints, Pace can only provide up to two buses from the Hillside Park-n-Ride boarding location
and up to six buses from the northwest suburban location for weekday Wrigley Field Express service. Also, due to scheduling requirements, Pace
is unable to provide service to Cubs makeup games. Please see the schedule to see the full list of Wrigley Field events to which Pace provides
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. Pace apologizes for any
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