Avoid the traffic, parking hassles and possible car-flipping of going to see the White Sox and leave the driving to Pace.
U.S. Cellular Field Express service is back for the 2014 baseball season. Service to U.S. Cellular Field is available weekend and holiday games during the months of April, May and September; and all home games during June, July and August. We’ll see about October. Visit the Pace website for the complete White Sox Service Schedule.
The Sox Express picks up riders from Markham/Tinley Park (Route 773), Palos Heights/Oak Lawn (Route 774), and Bolingbrook/Burr Ridge (Route 775). Buses leave 30 minutes after the game ends. Drop-off and pick-up points are marked with Pace bus stop signs on 35th Street.
DEPARTURE POINTS AND FREE PARKING LOCATIONS INCLUDE:
120 E. Old Chicago Drive
(Bus leaves from Illinois 53/Bolingbrook Dr.
and Old Chicago Drive.)
Palos Heights (#774)
Palos Heights Metra Station
11451 Southwest Highway
(Bus stop is on the upper level near the station.
Look for Pace bus stop sign. No parking fees collected around game time.)
Pace South Division
2101 W. 163rd Place
(Park on the east side of the Pace lot.)
Tinley Park (#773)
Burlington Coat Factory North Lot
7061 061 W 159th St.
(Signs posted at Northernmost parking lot, next to Midas Car Care Center.)
Burr Ridge (#775)
McClintock Drive & Lincolnshire Drive
(East of County Line Square Shopping Center.)
Oak Lawn (#774)
Oak Lawn Metra Station
9525 S. Tulley Ave.
(Bus stop is at 52nd and Yourell Drive. Parking is free on the Metra parking deck.
No parking fees collected around game time.)
The U.S. Cellular Express is just $4 each way, and riders can use cash (exact change required), Pace Premium 10-Ride plus ticket (but only until July 1); Ventra card or personal or personal contactless bank card.
For more information about U.S. Cellular Express, visit the Pace website, or call 847-228-2416 or RTA travel information center 836-7000 from any Chicago-area area code.