North Central Illinois Public Transportation
Lee-Ogle Transportation System (LOTS)
Lee-Ogle Transportation System (LOTS)
Northern Illinois University Huskie Bus Lines
Voluntary Action Center (VAC)KAT
Kendall Area Transit (KAT)
Grundy Transit System (GTS)
North Central Area Transit (NCAT)BPART
Bureau-Putnam Area Rural Transit (BPART)BPART
Bureau-Putnam Area Rural Transit (BPART)JCT
Jo Daviess County Transit (JCT)CCT
Carroll County Transit (CCT)PCAT
Pretzel City Area Transit (PCAT)SMTD
Stateline MTD (SMTD)RMTD
Rockford MTD (RMTD)BCPT
Boone County Public Transportation (BCPT)
Click the markers on the map above for more information.
Connect to your destination: PUBLIC TRANSIT
Check your local transportation providers on the map to access rides to:
Hospital or Appointments
College or School
Jo Daviess, Stephenson, Winnebago, Boone, and Carroll counties.
Carroll County Transit
Stateline Mass Transit District (Winnebago County)
Jo Daviess County Transit
Boone County Public Transportation
Pretzel City Area Transit (Stephenson County)
Rockford Mass Transit District
Lee, Ogle, DeKalb, Bureau, LaSalle, Kendall, Grundy, and Putnam counties.
Lee-Ogle Transportation System
1-888-239-9228 / 815-288-2117
Bureau-Putnam Area Rural Transit
Voluntary Action Center (DeKalb County)
Northern Illinois University Huskie Bus Lines (DeKalb)
Kendall Area Transit
North Central Area Transit (LaSalle County)
1-877-874-8813 / 815-288-2117
Grundy Transit System
Burlington Trailways is a privately owned and operated motor coach company providing serivce across the Midwest. One of the intercity bus routes offers is the I-80 Route from Chicago to Moline. This route stops in LaSalle county at Shell Gas station: 5247 Trompeter Rd. Peru, IL.
Amtrak operates more than 300 trains each day — at speeds up to 150 mph — to more than 500 destinations in 46 states, the District of Columbia and three Canadian provinces. Two lines run through the North Central IL area.
Run from Chicago to San Francisco and departs three days a week. Stops include Chicago's Union Station, Naperville, Princeton, and Galesburg.
These routes go through more than 25 Illinois cities.
Illinois Zephyr: daily service between Chicago and Quincy,
Illini Service: daily service between Chicago and Carbondale, IL
Saluki: daily service between Chicago and Carbondale, IL
Carl Sandburg: daily service between Chicago and Quincy, IL
Lincoln Service: daily service between Chicago and St. Louis, MO
Greyhound - Heart of Illinois
Greyhound Lines, Inc. is the largest provider of intercity bus transportation. The Heart of Illinois runs two routes daily with convenient stops along I-39.
One route runs in the order below from Chicago to Danville and the other route runs in reverse order from Danville to Chicago.
Greyhound - Chicago I-88 Route
Greyhound is well known for its regularly scheduled passenger intercity bus service. The I-88 Route is from Chicago to Davenport, IA.
7 Convenient stops in:
- DeKalb/Northern Illinois University
Windstar Lines moved into their Rockford, Illinois location in 2015 to provide charter bus services throughout Illinois and the Midwest. There are many customer groups they serve including airport shuttles at the Chicago-Rockford Airport, travel clubs, churches, college and pro athletics, corporate/business groups, tour group operators, casinos, resorts, schools and colleges, shuttle services, military, and weddings.
Coach USA / Van Galder
Coach USA is one of the largest transportation companies in North America. Van Galder Bus services the Rockford, IL area offering shuttles to O'Hare Airport and intercity bus routes to Downton Chicago, South Beloit, Janesville - WI, and Madison - WI.
Van Galder Terminal: 7559 Walton St. | Rockford, IL
Our shuttle bus will stop off Bell School Road, one block south of East State St. Facility is temporarily unstaffed. Parking is free.