Aurora is conveniently positioned only 40 miles outside of Chicago. Not only does Aurora have its own municipal airport, but your business will be located a short drive from O’Hare International Airport, the world’s fourth busiest airport. There are a variety of others ways to get around the city. There is easy access to I-55, I-88, I-355, I-294, and I-90/94. Aurora has the transportation infrastructure to guarantee that your business can get where it needs to go.
Pace Bus Services
2016 was a remarkable year that included Pace’s largest service expansion ever (the I-90 Market Expansion Program), the growth of their real-time information signage program, the launch of their first CNG fueling station and buses, and the addition of more Bus on Shoulder service. They’ve been busy implementing several projects that provide better service to customers, make the agency a more efficient steward of taxpayer dollars, and encourage additional commuters to make the switch to public transit. While Pace has been nationally recognized for its performance over many years, they continue to work to offer northeastern Illinois residents an attractive alternative to the private automobile.
Metra Train Services
New Pedestrian Bridge
Aurora’s new RiverEdge Pedestrian Bridge has been in the works for a few years now, but it is set to be completed later this year. This pedestrian bridge will be instrumental in connecting the east and west sides of the Fox River so that pedestrians on foot or bike can conveniently cross from one side to the other. The bridge will provide suitable access to the Aurora Transportation Center, where pedestrians can hop on the Metra’s BNSF line.