Travel — Chicago, IL
Getting Around Chicago
Chicago is a great walking city — and
it was recently voted the "best bicycling city in the country."
Besides walking and cycling,
visitors can also get around Chicago via Bus, Subway, Train,
The city's downtown
Pedway (pedestrian walkway) — a network of underground
tunnels and overhead bridges, linking 40+ blocks in the heart
of Chicago — is used by visitors and locals alike, especially
during the cold winter months.
Free Chicago Trolleys
Chicago's Free Trolleys offer daily service between
Navy Pier (pictured above) and State Street, along Grand Avenue
and Illinois Street.
From Memorial Day to Labor Day, downtown
Free Trolleys run every 20-30 minutes between 10am-6pm. The Lincoln
Park Free Trolley operates on weekends and holidays only, from
Info on Free Trolleys
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Chicago Water Taxi
Take a scenic Water Taxi ride along the Chicago
The Chicago Water Taxi operates on a closed loop route on the Chicago
River, between Madison Street
on the south branch; La Salle Street and Michigan
Avenue on the main branch; and River East on the main branch
in Ogden Slip.
More Info on Chicago Water Taxi
Chicago Transit Authority (CTA)
CTA is the nation's second largest
public transportation system (behind New York City), providing
rail, bus, and other transportation info for travel around
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