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It is a known fact that O’Hare airport is one of the busiest airports in the world and is one of the most talked about airport, especially now that it is undergoing a modernization program. Many are happy with this news, but you will be happier to know that there are many ways of getting to Chicago O’Hare airport that you can choose from. Now more of the passengers can affordably and cheaply get to the airport because of the many forms of transportation ready to be offered to them by rental cars, buses, shuttles, trains, and taxis.
One of the easiest ways to travel to the airport is by train and it is conveniently linked to the airport. If you will come from the Downtown area then the ticket will cost less than $2.25 and it will take you just 45 minutes to arrive at the airport. You may simply need to ride the Blue Line and it will conveniently take you to the airport where you can happily walk through the Terminals 1, 2 and 3. You may also take the Blue Line so you can reach your destination in Chicago after arriving at the airport and it will take you to over 30 stations where you can comfortably take your bus ride.
Another option that passengers can take when going to O’Hare airport is to take a taxi. Although it will cost you more, (about $40), but it will take you to the airport in about 25 to 90 minutes with much luxury, since you don’t need to share a ride with anyone. You can choose from the hundreds of taxis that offer service in this area and you can easily learn their availability on their roof. Nevertheless, due to the high demand of this form of transportation it is best to have your reservation in advance so your air travel will have no delay. You can easily book this online so you will have an assurance that someone will pick you up on the day of your departure.
If you have private vehicle and your relative would wish to take you to the airport or you intend to personally take it with you on the way to there, then you may take the following routes: if you will come from Downtown Chicago then you may take I-90 West, Exit in I-90 West in order to reach the airport. If you are from the North, particularly Northbrook, then you can take I-294 South, Exit at I-190 in order to arrive at the airport. If you are from the South, particularly Elmhurst, then you may take I-294 North, Exit at I-190 to reach the airport; and if you will come from the West then you may go east and take I-294 North, then Exit I-190 for you to arrive at the airport. The only remaining problem you need to think about is the parking space for the vehicle, especially if you will leave it at the airport and will not request someone to take it back to your home.
The parking options offered at O’Hare include hourly parking which is located on the level one of the garage section and is strictly limited for those who will stay for no less than three days; daily parking which is offered two to six levels and is just a short walk from Terminal 1; valet parking which has two drop off locations and Kiss’n’Fly which is located just along Bessie Coleman Drive. Specific areas in the airport grounds are reserved for these particular locations and passengers who intend to leave their vehicles on these areas should know the area where they should go to. They should include this in their itinerary to avoid any unwanted inconveniences in their flight schedule.
For those who wish to ride the bus on their way to the terminal are also free to do so. There are many bus companies which offer their service to meet the demands of the public. You can ride the Lex Lincolland Express which services the O'Hare International Airport, Decatur, Rantoul, Kankakee, LEX-Hub Champaign, Springfield, Mattoon-Charleston; the Express Air Coach which services Indiana, Chicago and Lafayette; Coach Lines which services W. Lafayette, Chicago, and Indiana; Tri-State and United Limo which services Crestwood, Michigan City, Merrilville, Mishawaki, Gary, Highland, Notre Dame and South Bend; Van Galder which services Janesville, South Beloit, Rockford, and Madison; Pace Bus and ACT II Transportation. It is highly recommended that you go and check their route map and schedule so you can wait for their arrival and hop on it for you to arrive at the airport on time.
You have all of these options to take when going to O’Hare Airport. All of these are regulated so you will have a more convenient travel experience going to the airport. Chicago O’Hare International Airport may indeed be very busy but these basic forms of service are never over-looked by the administration. It actively works with the government so they can easily adjust any of the services that the public needs. They provide road maps for passengers so they will be properly guided on how to arrive at the airport for their flight. They even post the phone numbers of these forms of public transportation on their website so passengers can easily give them a call for their reservations.
Visitors and guests of the airport should not be very concerned with getting lost in the city and finding their way back to the airport during their scheduled departure time. Almost all of the taxi drivers know their way towards the airport and can easily take you to it. You can also hop on any bus because most of these buses have the O’Hare Airport as their final destination. In worst cases, feel free to ask the citizens of Chicago so they can properly guide you on how to go to the airport for any of your business and flight needs or go ahead and check the official website of ORD for travel maps and information.
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