Eligible residents of designated Lake County townships have Pace curb-to-curb dial-a-ride service.
You can use this service to go to medical appointments, shop, attend College of Lake County, and access employment...Get a ride with RideLakeCounty!
RideLakeCounty 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.
Eligible residents of Lake County’s central townships of Fremont, Libertyville and Shields, including the villages of Libertyville and Mundelein, have Pace curb-to-curb dial-a-ride service within this designated area. Service also extends to the Vernon Hills-IL Route 60/21 shopping area, Northwestern and Advocate Condell medical offices in Grayslake, and College of Lake County in Grayslake. Service is open to seniors (age 60+) and individuals with disabilities who are residents of these townships.
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.