Pace operates in a large territory and its routes have different purposes, yet the agency does not have an official or a system-wide method to categorize the routes. The categories below reflect the service type for limited purpose routes, and service area for general community/main line routes.
Search route in alphabetical/numeral order:
- 1 Community routes - inner suburbs
- 2 Community routes - outer suburbs
- 3 Limited purpose routes
Community routes - inner suburbs
Includes Evaston, Skokie, Niles, Morton Grove, Mt. Prospect.
Includes Rosemont, Elk Grove Village, Schaumburg.
Includes Oak Park, Franklin Park, Melrose Park, Elmhurst.
Includes Burbank, Palos Hills, Oak Lawn.
Includes Blue Island, Harvey, Homewood, Chicago Heights.
Community routes - outer suburbs
Du Page County
Limited purpose routes
Operate during weekday peak hours only from residential communities to Metra trains.
Metra reverse feeder
Operate during weekday peak hours only from Metra to employment sites.
Cross region commute routes
Operate from transit centers and park-n-ride lots to office parks and other large employment sites.
I-90 Corridor routes
Operate on the I-90 flex lanes. Most connect to CTA 'L' at Rosemont Station (CTA).
Loop express routes
Premium fare applies.
Express Service to Popular Destinations
Premium fare applies on most routes.