Chicago O'Hare Airport Transportation

O’Hare Airport is equipped with a wide variety of transportation options, which are plenty useful for passengers to get safe and sound to downtown Chicago.

See below the available means of transport at Chicago O'Hare Airport:


ATS (more info)

By the ATS (Airport Transit System) it is possible to freely transfer between O’Hare Airport Terminals and also to the remote parking lots 24 hours a day.


Train (more info)

It is possible to transfer from O’Hare Airport to downtown Chicago by a couple of train services operated by CTA (Chicago Transit Authority): The Metra train and the Blue Line (‘L’).


Bus (more info)

The PACE Bus routes no.250 and 330 joints the O’Hare Transfer Station and downtown Chicago. You can get from Parking Lot E and O’Hare Transfer Station by the shuttle bus.


Taxi (more info)

Transfer from O’Hare Airport to downtown Chicago by train within 30 minutes. Find also the fixed fare from the Airport and to several key locations within Chicago.


Car rental (more info)
Rent a car to any of the available car rental partners (Ace, Advantage, Alamo, Avis, Budge, Dollar, Enterprise, Firefly, Hertz, National, Payless and Thrifty).
Just remind you can book your car online through our search engine!


Getting to O'Hare Airport by car

Enter and exit O'Hare via I-190, which branches off I-90 (the Kennedy Expressway) leading to downtown Chicago. Cars may also access the airport locally from Mannheim Road, the airport's eastern boundary. Aside from cargo access on its south side, all airport traffic travels through the east side of the airport.