Location & Transportation

graphicOne of Cicero’s most attractive qualities is its location, within close proximity of major highways, efficient rail service and two major airports. And it doesn’t hurt to have one of the country’s most influential cities as a neighbor.

Cicero’s transportation network makes it easy for people who work in Chicago or travel for business. Local roads, such as Cicero Avenue and Cermak Road, provide quick and easy access to surrounding communities. Interstate-55 runs along Cicero’s southern border, while Interstate-290 runs along the northern border. Interstate 290 intersects with I-294, which takes travelers north toward Wisconsin or south toward Indiana and I-88, an east-west road that also intersects with I-355.

The Burlington Northern Railroad train service brings passengers from the Cicero stop to Chicago’s Union Station in 15 minutes and makes stops as far west as Aurora. The Chicago Transit Authority provides bus and rapid transit services at many locations.

In a hurry to catch a plane? Midway Airport is a mere 10 minutes away while O’Hare International Airport is only 25 minutes away. Cicero’s strategic location makes it a desirable place to live and work.



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