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Get Around Chicago

Navigating Chicago is easy. Block numbers are consistent across the whole city. Standard blocks, of 100 addresses each, are roughly 1/8th of a mile long.

Get in Chicago By car

Chicagoans have a maddening habit of referring to some expressways by their names, not the numbers used to identify them on the signs you'll see posted on the U.S. interstate highway system, so you'll have ...

Get in Chicago By plane

Chicago (IATA: CHI for all airports) is served by two major airports: O'Hare International Airport  and Midway Airport  There are plenty of taxis both to and from the city center, but they are ...

Transit systems

The Chicago Transit Authority or CTA, operates the second largest public transportation system in the United States (to New York's Metropolitan Transportation Authority) and covers the City of Chicago and 40 ...

Taxicabs in Chicago

Taxicabs in Chicago are operated by private companies and licensed by the city. There are about seven thousand licensed cabs operating within the city limits.

Chicago City Railway

The Chicago City Railway was a cable car system, designed by William Eppelsheimer and opened in Chicago in 1882.

Riding Bicycles in Chicago

Bicycles are permitted on CTA buses during all operating hours, and on CTA trains every weekday except from 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.(during rush hour) On Saturdays, Sundays and ...

Public Transportation

The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) handles public transportation in the city of Chicago and a few adjacent suburbs outside of the Chicago city limits.
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