Pace is seeking public input on proposed service changes resulting from the North Shore Transit Service Coordination Plan and Market Analysis, a joint study completed in 2017 by Pace and CTA. The goal of the Plan is to improve the coordination of transit services in North Cook County and to update the public transportation network to better serve high demand travel markets. The restructured network, proposed to be implemented in August 2020, includes proposed changes to five routes: 215, 225, 226, 422, and 423; the addition of one new route: 424; and the discontinuation of two routes: 210 and 421.
Pace is holding six public hearings throughout North Cook County to get input from stakeholders on the proposed service changes. For details regarding the proposed service changes and the upcoming public hearings, please see the attached notice. Information is also available on our website at PaceBus.com in the Projects & Studies section. Until February 18, 2020, written comments may also be submitted to our website, PaceBus.com, in the Public Hearing Comment Form area.
See more information on Pace’s North Shore Coordination Plan.