Bus to Chicago O'hare Airport

By the following bus services, it is possible to transfer from O’Hare Airport to downtown Chicago safe and sound:  


PACE buses run throughout Chicago vicinities. From O’Hare airport run two routes: 250 and 330.

Passengers can reach other routes by connections from Metra, CTA Blue Line or from Pace buses.


Route 250 – Dempster Street

Links O’Hare airport Kiss “N” Fly / ATS Station in Parking Lot E and runs to Des Plaines Metra station and east to downtown Evanston through Dempster Avenue.

Route 250 includes:

- Davis Street CTA Station - links with the CTA Purple Line

- Skokie Swift CTA Station - links with the CTA Yellow Line

- Notre Dame & Main East High Schools

- Lutheran General Hospital

Opening hours: Weekdays (From 05:20 am to 11:25 pm), Saturday (From 06:23 am to 11:26 pm), Sunday (From 07:20 am to 11:26 pm)

PACE Bus 250 schedule


Route 330

Runs during weekdays. On Saturday the service is extended from the O'Hare Kiss 'n' Fly/ATS Station in remote Parking Lot E south to Archer Ave/Harlem Ave in Summit.

Route 330 includes:

- Amtrak / Metra BNSF Line La Grange Road Station

- Quarry Shopping Center

- Countryside Plaza

Opening hours:

Opening hours: Weekdays (From 05:21 am to 10:08 pm), Saturday (From 05:54 am to 7:47 pm).

PACE Bus 330 schedule



See below the fixed fares:

  • Ventra transit value: USD $2.00 (regular), USD $1.00 (reduced)
  • Cash: USD $2.25 (regular), USD $1.10 (reduced)


Shuttle bus to reach the O’Hare Transfer Station:

Between Parking Lot E and O’Hare Transfer Station: runs from 5 am to 11 pm every 7 minutes. From the Transfer Station shuttle buses pick-up passengers to reach them to the terminals as well.

Tickets: passengers can purchase the tickets from the train driver. Rate prices are based by zones