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Parking is available at the airport. There are over 10 different rental car companies at Chicago O'Hare. All rental car companies are situated at the Multi-Modal Facility. You can get to the Multi-Modal Facility via the airport's free 24-hour shuttle bus from the Lower Level of the airport. Buses will read 'Rental Cars/ Parking Lot F.
Taxis can be flagged down on the street but make sure they're licensed. The safest and most convenient way to order a taxi is to get whoever is providing your accommodation to arrange one for you. If you're travelling from the suburbs, it's best to contact a local taxi company.
Taxis roughly cost $40 USD from Downtown Chicago to Chicago O'Hare.
There are two main train companies that travel to Chicago O'Hare International.
The first and cheapest way is the Blue Line Train, also known as the Blue Line 'L' (people in Chicago nickname this train the 'L'). This is a rapid-transit system that runs 24 hours a day from Chicago O'Hare to Forest Park Terminal, stopping in Downtown Chicago. The Blue Line Train will drop you off at the lower level of the parking garage.
Tickets can be bought via machines outside of stations and can be paid for using either cash or card.
The second train is Metra. The North Central Service train line is the Metra line that travels to Chicago O'Hare. To get to Chicago O'Hare, you must get off at the O'Hare Transfer Station stop, where you can then get a Shuttle Bus to the airport terminal.
Metra's North Central Service line runs to the airport from downtown Chicago and suburban areas.
To travel to Chicago O'Hare via bus, you must use the bus company Pace. Pace buses travel to Chicago O'Hare daily via the Pace Route 250, which travels from Des Plaines Metra station and downtown Evanston via Dempster Avenue.
Pace Route 330 travels on every day except Sunday and travels to the airport from Archer Ave/Harlem Ave in Summit.