PACE ADA Paratransit & TAP Passenger Advisory
ADA Paratransit and TAP
Passengers Essential Trip Advisory
Pace will continue to provide vital transportation services and is working diligently to keep passengers and employees safe. Everyone, including operators and front-line staff, benefit from limited exposure to others. To that end, we ask ADA Paratransit riders, especially seniors and those at higher risk, to limit their travel on ADA Paratransit Service to essential trips. Please do your part to limit the spread of COVID-19 (coronavirus).
While Pace services are part of a shared-ride system, the agency is working to provide individual trips on ADA Paratransit. Please be advised that ride times may be affected.
Please note that, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, many public places such as restaurants, retail stores and shopping malls have temporarily closed. Before traveling, please verify that the location you are traveling to is still open. Passengers are encouraged to sign up for text or email alerts at PaceBus.com and follow us on social media for up-to-date information.
Temporary TAP Fare Change
Starts 12:01AM, Monday March 23, 2020
Please be aware that Pace will waive the $3 City of Chicago Taxi Access Program (TAP) fare beginning at 12:01 AM on Monday, March 23. Riders are still required to swipe their TAP card at the end of their trip, but no money will be taken from their account. Riders will still be responsible for any taxi fare amount over $30 and City of Chicago fees. This policy will remain in place indefinitely.