Pace buses can drive shoulder during commute
Gov. Pat Quinn was scheduled to join Pace officials Monday to talk about a new plan to speed up the commute.
Starting next Monday, Pace buses will run in the shoulder lanes of the Stevenson Expressway.
It's part of a two-year pilot program to encourage Pace bus use.
Pace coach buses will uses the left shoulder lanes only during rush hours between I-355 and Kedzie.
The buses will use the shoulder only when traffic crawls to less than 35 miles an hour.
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