Pace plans to end some bus transfer fees, introduce new passes

  • Under a proposal in the 2023 budget, Pace would offer passes for unlimited rides on both the suburban bus system and the CTA. A $5 pass would be god for one day, while a $15 pass would cover three days.

    Under a proposal in the 2023 budget, Pace would offer passes for unlimited rides on both the suburban bus system and the CTA. A $5 pass would be god for one day, while a $15 pass would cover three days. Daily Herald file photo

 
 
Updated 9/22/2022 3:58 PM

Pace riders shouldn't fear fare hikes next year -- and, in fact, may find riding on the suburban bus system is more affordable, as the agency looks to eliminate or lower transfer costs and introduce new one- and three-day passes.

Those plans were outlined Wednesday in the proposed 2023 budget introduced at Pace's monthly board meeting.

 

Under the proposal, Pace will introduce new Pace-CTA passes offering unlimited rides on both systems. Passes would be good for one day ($5) or three days ($15).

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