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LAKE COUNTY PASSAGE

The TMA of Lake Cook is a not for profit business association whose mission is to improve employees' commute to work for a better quality of work in Cook and Lake County, Illinois. In that regard, we manage the successful Shuttle Bug Program, which provides employers shuttle service on Pace Suburban buses to nearby Metra stations. The TMA also provides employers with timely updates on highway construction projects, supports environmental programs for employers and works collaboratively with elected officials, communities and transportation agencies for better planning and increased funding for transit service and highway improvements.

Latest News and Updates:

TMA Highlights Two Shuttle Bug Routes at Transportation Conference

On July 26, the TMA of Lake Cook participated in the first Poster Presentation at the Association for Commuter Transportation (ACT) Conference in...

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Route 53/120 Update

The Route 53/120 Extension Project is moving forward. The land Use Committee is completing its work. Chicago Metropolitan Agency for Planning...

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Pace News: Route 618, Route 620 and Wisconsin Rideshare

Pace Route 618 Union Station-Lake Cook Express began service on Monday, August 17, 2015. This route provides early morning service to supplement...

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EVENTS

TMA 2016 ANNUAL MEETING

Join us for the TMA of Lake Cook's Annual Meeting, "Illinois' Continuing Transportation Infrastructure Crisis: What's Next?"
Tuesday, May 24, 2016
Registration and networking begin at 8:00 am
Meeting is from 9:00 - 11:00 am

Baxter Healthcare Auditorium
One Baxter Parkway
Deerfield, IL  60015

Keynote Speakers
Jim Reilly, Metropolitan Planning Council (MPC) Senior Fellow
John Fortmann, Illinois...

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TMA 2015 ANNUAL MEETING RECAP

The 2015 TMA Annual Meeting was held on Friday, May 29, 2015 in the Baxter Healthcare Auditorium. The meeting was titled "Getting to a State of Good Repair: The Needs and Challenges of Funding Transportation Infrastructure."

Keynote speakers were Leanne Redden, RTA Executive Director and Congressman Bob Dold, R-Illinois, 10th District.

(Following is an overview.) By any measure, Illinois’s...

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