Coming soon: Lake County is preparing to launch a new countywide paratransit service in 2022! Watch this page for news about the expanded program providing borderless transportation services to individuals aged 60+ and those with disabilities. Watch this informational presentation about the expanded service. In the meantime, you can continue to use the existing service as described below.
Current service: The existing RideLakeCounty service is sponsored by designated townships, Lake County Coordinated Transportation Services Committee (LCCTSC), Lake County, and Pace Suburban Bus. The service is funded in part by grants from the Regional Transportation Authority. Local matching funds for these federal grants are provided by Lake County and Pace Suburban Bus.
Title VI Program Notice
All RideLakeCounty services operate without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been aggrieved by any unlawful discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint by contacting Pace's Quality Assurance representatives at 847-364-7223, your local township office or municipality, or the Lake County Division of Transportation.
Read the LCCTSC Title VI Program description
Download a Title VI complaint form
View the RideLakeCounty Central Dial a Ride Guide Ver el folleto en español
Eligible residents of Lake County’s west and northwest townships of Antioch, Grant, Lake Villa, Avon, Wauconda and Fremont, have Pace curb-to-curb dial-a-ride service within this designated area. Service also extends to the Gurnee Mills area, Advocate Condell Medical Center in Libertyville, and the downtown Mundelein area.
View the RideLakeCounty | West Dial a Ride Guide Ver el folleto en español