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If you are coming from the Greater Chicago area, public transportation is one of the best ways of getting to Lakeside | McCormick. It makes your visit easy and affordable. Connections to Other Trains, Airports The CTA Green Line Route offers convenient citywide connections to the Loop and free transfers to many other "L" lines including the Blue Line - O’Hare Airport branch and the Orange Line - Midway Airport branch. The Green Line also offers near-direct connection to suburban METRA train stations servicing the North and Western Suburbs via Ogilvie Transportation Center, Union Station and Amtrak - via the Clinton Green Line stop. From O'Hare International Airport: The CTA "Blue" line provides service to and from the airport. Take the Blue Line from O’Hare and transfer to a south-bound Green Line train at Clark and Lake. Note, in the Loop the Blue Line is a Subway Train and the Green Line is an elevated train, a free transfer is available at Clark and Lake. From Midway Airport: The CTA "Orange" line provides service to and from the airport. Take the train to the Roosevelt Street Station (Subway) and transfer to the elevated Green Line Station. Continue on the southbound Green Line train for 1-stop to the Cermak-McCormick Place station. The Cermark-McCormick Place Station is a 2-block (0.15 miles) walk from the Northwest Corner of the McCormick Place West Building.   Metra Rail connections: Located on Level 2.5 of the Grand Concourse in the South Building, the METRA Electric commuter railroad provides direct service within seven minutes to and from downtown Chicago. Service from the Millennium (Randolph St.) Station (near the Fairmont Hotel) to McCormick Place begins early morning, with more frequent pick-ups during rush hours. Divvy Bike Program: McCormick Place is part of the City of Chicago Bike Sharing System called Divvy. A 24- hour pass can be purchased at Divvy Bike station for a day of unlimited 30-minute trips. Bikes can be reserved and dropped off at any Divvy station around the city, including the station located in McCormick Square - 2301 S. King Drive. There’s also an additional station located at Cermak and Wabash near the Cermak - McCormick Place Green Line Station. For more information including a system wide map, visit: www.divvybikes.com
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If you are coming from the Greater Chicago area, public transportation is one of the best ways of getting to Lakeside | McCormick. It makes your visit easy and affordable. Connections to Other Trains, Airports The CTA Green Line Route offers convenient citywide connections to the Loop and free transfers to many other "L" lines including the Blue Line - O’Hare Airport branch and the Orange Line - Midway Airport branch. The Green Line also offers near-direct connection to suburban METRA train stations servicing the North and Western Suburbs via Ogilvie Transportation Center, Union Station and Amtrak - via the Clinton Green Line stop. From O'Hare International Airport: The CTA "Blue" line provides service to and from the airport. Take the Blue Line from O’Hare and transfer to a south-bound Green Line train at Clark and Lake. Note, in the Loop the Blue Line is a Subway Train and the Green Line is an elevated train, a free transfer is available at Clark and Lake. From Midway Airport: The CTA "Orange" line provides service to and from the airport. Take the train to the Roosevelt Street Station (Subway) and transfer to the elevated Green Line Station. Continue on the southbound Green Line train for 1-stop to the Cermak-McCormick Place station. The Cermark-McCormick Place Station is a 2-block (0.15 miles) walk from the Northwest Corner of the McCormick Place West Building.   Metra Rail connections: Located on Level 2.5 of the Grand Concourse in the South Building, the METRA Electric commuter railroad provides direct service within seven minutes to and from downtown Chicago. Service from the Millennium (Randolph St.) Station (near the Fairmont Hotel) to McCormick Place begins early morning, with more frequent pick-ups during rush hours. Divvy Bike Program: McCormick Place is part of the City of Chicago Bike Sharing System called Divvy. A 24-hour pass can be purchased at Divvy Bike station for a day of unlimited 30-minute trips. Bikes can be reserved and dropped off at any Divvy station around the city, including the station located in McCormick Square - 2301 S. King Drive. There’s also an additional station located at Cermak and Wabash near the Cermak - McCormick Place Green Line Station. For more information including a system wide map, visit: www.divvybikes.com
Lakeside | McCormick Chicago, IL USA
AUGUST 13-15, 2019 #IGCSHOW
Lakeside | McCormick  Chicago, IL USA
AUGUST 13 -15, 2019  #IGCSHOW