Six (Post-Vortex) Ways to Get around the City
Now that spring has—dare we say it?—arrived, we’re eager to get outside and enjoy Chicago. No longer will we be shuttling ourselves door-to-door, wrapped from head to toe in down jackets and multiple scarves. Instead, you can find us hopping from neighborhood to neighborhood using one of the alternative transportations options below.
Often overlooked by the non-commuter, the Metra is a convenient, comfortable way to get around greater Chicagoland. To the south, you can visit the Museum of Science and Industry and the University of Chicago, the Flossmoor Station Brewing Company for some locally brewed beers and continue south to the Indiana Dunes. Head north, and you can enjoy concerts at Ravinia—where we’ll be in June to see the original JT, James Taylor.