Chicago COVID-19 Transit Updates

Updates as of March 24, 2020

 

CTA “L” & Buses: 

Operating on a normal schedule. More information can be found here.

Pace: 

Metra and South Shore Line Commuter Routes and Shuttle Bugs

Mar. 20 – In response to Metra’s temporary alternate weekday schedule adjustments, Pace will modify its commuter route and Shuttle Bug schedules effective Monday, March 23 in order to continue meeting as many Metra trains as possible. Updated temporary schedules for 54 commuter routes and Shuttle Bugs are available on the passenger notices page or by looking up your individual route in Moovit and tapping on the alert.

Route 811 Rosemont Entertainment Circulator Service Suspended

Mar. 23 – Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, many of the destinations served by the Rosemont Entertainment Circulator are temporarily closed. As a result, service will be temporarily suspended until further notice beginning Monday, March 23. Service will resume as soon as the destinations served by the Rosemont Entertainment Circulator re-open.

Route 754 Lewis University

March 23 – Due to the COVID-19 (coronavirus) pandemic, Lewis University has temporarily closed many campus facilities. As a result, Route 754 service will be temporarily suspended until further notice. Service will resume once the Lewis University campus fully re-opens.

Niles Free Bus Schedules Modified

March 24 – A temporary modified weekday schedule will be implemented on Routes 410, 411, and 412 on Tuesday, March 24. Read more.

All Other Fixed Route Services

All other fixed route services are operating on regular schedules at this time.

All public buildings closed.

More information can be found here.

Metra: 

Operating on alternate service schedules. More information can be found here.

South Shore Line: 

THE SOUTH SHORE LINE WILL BE IMPLEMENTING A TEMPORARY MODIFIED WEEKDAY TRAIN SCHEDULE TO BE IN EFFECT MONDAY, MARCH 23, 2020, UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. For schedules click here.

More information can be found here.

River Valley Metro:

Due to the closure of pass outlets all River Valley Metro services will be free effective 5PM Saturday March 21, 2020 through the duration of the COVID-19 Executive Order number 8 (Shelter in Place)

At this time, all River Valley Metro services except the University Park Commuter are running as scheduled. Please see the University Park Commuter page for a revised schedule. Continue monitoring here for future updates.

Public Transportation is an essential service and as such River Valley Metro will continue to operate during the Shelter in Place order. The order allows for travel for essential activities. We have posted COVID-19 Executive Order number 8 (Shelter in Place) to our website for information on what travel is allowed. Please refrain from using any River Valley Metro Services for prohibited travel. We ask that you practice social distancing on board our vehicles.

Dekalb Public Transit: 

Running an extended break service. Updates on routes that are running can be found in Moovit.

 

You ride (healthy), we guide. 

The Moovit Team