Monday, January 21, 2019 || By Bob Uphues/Riverside-Brookfield Landmark | @maywoodnews
Featured image: A conceptualization of a modernized bus stop that could be the result of Pace’s Pulse program. | Courtesy Pace
A high-tech, rapid transit bus route from Elmwood Park to
Bridgeview along Harlem Avenue is one step closer to reality with the recent
completion of Pace Suburban Bus and the Regional Transportation Authority’s
Central Harlem Avenue Corridor Study.
Continue reading “Pace Wraps Up ‘Pulse’ Route Study For Harlem Avenue”
Wednesday, July 11, 2018 || By Bob Uphues/Riverside-Brookfield Landmark || @maywoodnews
Pace, which operates buses in suburban Chicago, will host an open house this week to get public input and feedback on its proposed Pulse rapid transit proposal for Harlem Avenue from North Avenue to 71st Street.
Continue reading “Pace To Host Open House On Harlem Ave. Pulse Proposal July 12”
Thursday, March 15, 2018 || By Bob Uphues/Riverside-Brookfield Landmark || @maywoodnews
Featured image: Pace bus 318 drives northbound on Harlem Avenue in Oak Park. Will buses soon control traffic signals? | ALEXA ROGALS/Wednesday Journal
Imagine a bus line on Harlem Avenue from North Avenue to Toyota Park in Bridgeview, where service was so fast and frequent that you never had to consult a schedule, where you could get real time service information on a screen at a fully accessible bus stop and where you traveled on buses offering free WiFi and charging ports, so you could be productive during your commute.
Continue reading “Pace Mulls High-Tech, Rapid Transit Bus Line On Harlem Avenue”