The transportation sector is a major source of greenhouse gas emissions in the United States. Using public transit can help reduce these emissions.
Highland Park Public Transit Options
The City of Highland Park offers several public transportation options including Pace buses and the Senior Connector.
Ravinia Festival Park-N-Ride (visit Ravinia.org for schedules and information.)
Metra Commuter Rail Service
Moraine Township's Door-to-Door Paratransit Van
Metra provides an expansive rail system that connects the entire Chicagoland area and compared to taking a car, taking the train will result in fewer carbon emissions per mile traveled. It also makes for a more relaxing commute to and from the City. Highland Park has several Metra train stations located within City limits.
Metra Rail Home
For additional information or questions regarding the Highland Park Public Transit System, please call the Transit Coordinator, Lee Overholser, at 847.432.3325 during regular business hours.
Which Pace bus routes are operated by Highland Park?
Are any other Pace routes available in Highland Park?
What is a Posted-Stops route?
On some routes (or portions of routes), passengers can board or alight the bus only at posted Pace bus stop signs. This Pace policy makes operation more reliable, easier to understand, and enables shorter travel times for passengers.
Who do I contact with concerns about a bus stop?
You may request to add, remove, or move a bus stop by contacting Pace; click here.