Warrenville Transportation

Warrenville is short ride from Chicago O'Hare Airport. Head southwest on I-190 W. Take the Bessie Coleman Dr exit toward International Terminal 5/Kiss 'N' Fly/Economy Parking/Rental Car Return. Turn right at Bessie Coleman Dr (signs for International Terminal 5/Air Cargo). Merge onto I-190 E via the ramp to Chicago. Take exit 1D to merge onto I-294 S toward Indiana. Take the E-W Tollway/I-88 W exit toward Aurora. Merge onto I-88 W/Ronald Reagan Memorial Tollway. Take the Winfield Rd exit. Keep right at the fork, follow signs for Warrenville and merge onto Winfield Rd. Turn left at Warrenville Rd.

A variety of car rental options are available: Alamo, Avis, Budget, Dollar, Hertz and National are all represented at the airport. They are located on the lower level near baggage reclaim in Terminals 1, 2 and 3. Many companies at the airport offer free shuttle buses to pick-up and drop-off areas. No car hire companies are available in Terminal 5, although courtesy telephones are available on the lower level of the terminal and can be used to book a car.

The Warrenville community offers many trails and paths for pedestrians, cyclists and equestrians. The City is located between two commuter rail lines operated by Metra. Locations at Jewell Rd. and Winfield Rd. in Winfield off of the Union Pacific West Line or 1090 N. Route 59 in Naperville off of the Burlington Northern Santa Fe Line can place a visitor within two miles of Warrenville. Pace Bus Service routes in Warrenville include routes 676 and 682. Both provide rush hour service to and from the Naperville Metra station.

The City of Warrenville offers a municipal transportation program called ACORN for its special needs residents. The Municipal Van Program transports residents from their homes to any destination within a 10-mile radius of City Hall (28W701 Stafford Place), including such places as medical facilities, shopping centers, entertainment venues, and friends' homes.

The Chicago Transit Authority offers public transportation services in the city. The buses, trains, subways and the famous elevated trains cover Chicago and 40 suburbs. A one ride card for bus or rail is $1.75. Passes are available for one day, 7 days or 30 days. A 7-day pass costs $20. Visitor passes are also available. A 1-Day Visitor Pass is $5. Children, seniors and disabled people receive discounts. Metra also offers public transportation services through the rail system. Fares are convenient and depend on the zones you travel within.