ABurr Ridge is a suburb located on the southwestern edge of the Chicago metro area about 20 miles away from downtown. The drive is about 30 minutes with no traffic, with longer travel times during weekday rush hours. Public transportation between Chicago's Millennium Station and Burr Ridge, IL takes about an hour.
AThe airport closest to Burr Ridge, Illinois is Chicago Midway International Airport. Located at 5700 S. Cicero Avenue in southwestern Chicago, this major commercial airport is eight miles from the Loop and nine miles from our nearby hotel. We offer complimentary shuttle service to and from Midway Airport as well as local businesses, restaurants, and shops.
ABurr Ridge is located southwest of Chicago's city center about 20 miles away from Lake Michigan and the downtown area. This business hub and suburb is situated near the intersections of Interstates 55 and 294, just south of Highway 83. Burr Ridge, IL is found to the southwest of Chicago Midway International Airport and east of Waterfall Glen Forest Preserve.
AOur complimentary shuttle service is the easiest and most affordable way to get from Chicago Midway International Airport to our hotel in Burr Ridge, IL. If you're flying into O'Hare International Airport, the most convenient transportation to our hotel will be a taxi or rideshare service like Uber or Lyft. You can also take public transportation to Midway Airport or Hinsdale train station and our shuttle will pick you up and bring you to the hotel.
AGenerally speaking, Chicago's trains are as safe as those in any large city and locals use them all the time. That said, it's smart to take common-sense precautions. Avoid traveling alone late at night. Stay in lighted areas and watch out for pickpockets. Know where you are going and use a transit app to plan your route in advance to avoid spending unnecessary time at train stations. Remember that every train car has an emergency call button.
AThe best public transportation to McCormick Place is by taking the Green Line on the "L," Chicago's rapid transit system. Trains on the Green Line stop at Cermak-McCormick Place Station, which is located two blocks away from McCormick Place at the intersection of Cermak Road and State Street. You can also take Cermak Road #21 Bus directly to the venue.
ASome busy Chicago transportation routes run 24/7, including portions of the Red Line and Blue Line on the "L." Other trains and buses generally stop operations sometime between 11:00 p.m. and 2:00 a.m., depending on the route and the day of the week. Many train and bus lines run later on Friday and Saturday nights.
AChicago's public transportation is among the best in the U.S. It's the fourth-largest rapid transit system in the country and one of the few that offers 24-hour service on some lines. A mix of trains and buses can deliver you almost anywhere you'd like to go in the city and nearby suburbs. Express trains are often available during rush hour.
AChicago's rapid transit train system (known as the "L") is the best public transportation to the city's two airports. The Blue Line provides service to O'Hare International Airport (ORD) and the Orange Line runs to Midway International Airport (MDW). If you're flying into Midway, you can take advantage of the complimentary airport shuttle service to and from our hotel in the Chicago suburb of Burr Ridge.
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