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REMARKABLY ACCESSIBLE


DuPage County is just 20 minutes from downtown Chicago. Eight major


expressways serve the area, and three commuter rail lines provide direct access into the heart of “The Loop,” Chicago’s primary business district.


Within a day’s drive of over half of the nation’s population, DuPage is convenient to both O’Hare and Midway International Airports.


DuPage Airport provides corporate, commuter and charter travel services to the heart of the I-88 technology and industrial corridor.


DUPAGE COUNTY


Chicago O’Hare Airport Chicago (Downtown) Chicago Midway Airport Milwaukee Madison


Champaign/Urbana Quad Cities Indianapolis Springfi eld


Grand Rapids Green Bay Cincinnati St. Louis Detroit


Des Moines Louisville Cleveland


Columbus, OH


Minneapolis/St. Paul Kansas City, MO


DuPage County is accessible by: I-55, I-80, I-88, I-90, I-94, I-290, I-294 & I-355


METRA COMMUTER RAIL STATIONS


DuPage County is serviced by three Metra commuter rail lines that run to either Ogilvie Transportation Center or Union Station, which are within a block of each other in downtown Chicago.


• Milwaukee District / West Line (MD-W) • Union Pacifi c / West Line (UP-W) • Burlington Northern Santa Fe Railway (BNSF)


For a full list of Metra stations and schedules, visit Metrarail.com or call 312-322-6900. Amtrak service is available at Union Station.


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