South Halsted Line--Location

South Halsted Line--Location

The project corridor consists of approximately 11 miles of South Halsted Street, from the Pace...

South Halsted Line--FAQs

South Halsted Line--FAQs

What is the South Halsted Bus Corridor Enhancement Project? This project consists of a study that...

We need your input!

We need your input!

The public is cordially invited to attend the first Public Meeting for the South Halsted Bus...

What will happen to my current bus service?

What will happen to my current bus service?

Proposed enhancements along South Halsted are intended to complement current bus services, not...

  • South Halsted Line--Location

    South Halsted Line--Location

  • South Halsted Line--FAQs

    South Halsted Line--FAQs

  • We need your input!

    We need your input!

  • What will happen to my current bus service?

    What will happen to my current bus service?

South Halsted Bus Corridor Enhancement Project

Pace Suburban Bus and the Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) are collaborating to improve public transportation along South Halsted Street. They’ve initiated a study to evaluate transit needs and identify improvements that would better serve local communities.

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What's New?

A planning study was initiated in early 2018 to evaluate the South Halsted corridor to identify potential bus improvements for the corridor’s 11,500 daily transit customers. Pace and CTA established a Corridor Advisory Group consisting of community leaders and agencies to get feedback and guidance on transit needs along South Halsted and potential infrastructure improvements to enhance bus service. A Corridor Evaluation, Recommendations, and Project Strategy Final Report was developed, which outlines roadway configuration alternatives, preliminary locations for enhanced stations, preliminary service and operating information, and project cost estimates. The next phase of the planning process, which includes refining design and conducting a review of environmental impacts as required by the federal government was initiated in October 2019.

South Halsted Line