Phone: (773) 686-2200, (800) 832-6352
Passengers can be dropped off at the Kiss n' Fly stop off Bessie Coleman Drive, which is connected to the airport by a free shuttle that runs 24 hours a day. Please note that rush hour traffic around Chicago begins around 7 a.m. and starts again at 3:30 p.m.
Parking starts at $13 per day in Economy lots E and G. The most convenient parking to the terminals is $26 per day in lots B and C, $30 per day at the International Terminal, and $50 per day in the garage. Hourly parking is $2 up to an hour. There is Valet parking on Level 1 of the parking garage for $32 per day.
For parking information, please tune in to 800 AM for availability, or call (773) 686-7530.
CTA's Blue Line trains run from O'Hare to downtown Chicago 24 hours a day. Ride lasts 45 minutes and costs $2.
Metra's North Central commuter trains travel between a transfer stop at O'Hare (24-hour shuttle service provided to the airport) to Chicago's Union Station. Ride costs $3.30.
Cab fares between downtown Chicago and O'Hare cost around $40.
Shuttle buses run between downtown hotels and the north suburbs for about $25.
The following companies serve O'Hare:
Getting around O'Hare:
O'Hare's free, light-rail Airport Transit System shuttles passengers between Terminals 1, 2, 3, and 5, and long-term parking lot E.
Lost and Found:
Phone: (773) 686-2385
Provided by doctors, nurses, and technicians at the University of Illinois at Chicago's Medical Center in Terminal 2. No appointment necessary. Emergency treatment, and other services such as X-rays and immunizations given. Open from 6 a.m. to 10 p.m., seven days a week. Phone: (773) 894-5100.
Located in the upper level of Terminal 2. Open from 7 a.m. to 7 p.m. weekdays.
Airport information booths located in Terminals 1 and 3 (lower level) and Terminal 5 (upper level).
Wi-Fi High-Speed Internet:
Available throughout the airport in 2006.
Restaurants, bars, fitness center, stores.