Barrington Road Tollway Interchange

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Transit Components of the Barrington Road Interchange

In addition to the sidewalk and bicycle path being constructed with the interchange, the Village partnered with Pace and the Illinois Tollway to incorporate new transit facilities into the interchange construction.  The Pace Park-n-Ride opened on August 13, 2018 to support the new express bus stops on I-90 just east of Barrington Road.  Pace has begun work on the Kiss-n-Ride located off Pembroke Avenue.  Temporary bus pads and shelters were installed on Pembroke Avenue and will remain until completion of the Kiss-n-Ride area. 

Information on Pace’s I-90 services can be found here.  

Pace's new express bus service provides non-stop trips from the Barrington Road station to the CTA Blue Line in Rosemont and the Northwest Transportation Center in Schaumburg, while also connecting to Elgin and the Randall Road Park-n-Ride to the west.  A local circulator bus, Route 612, links nearby businesses and residents south of the Tollway to the Barrington Road station.  Pace also introduced "On-Demand" service in this area.  It operates between 9:00 a.m. and 3:00 p.m. on a reservation basis to the area bounded by I-90, Roselle Road, Bode Road, and Barrington Road, in addition to Greenspoint Parkway.  Weekday and Saturday service affords access to O’Hare and downtown Chicago.  More information on schedules and operating hours is available on the Pace website.  See Routes 603, 605, 607, and 610 for detailed routes and schedules.

 Barrington Road Express Bus Station Area

Barrington Road Express Bus Station

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