ISA to provide trains from Chicago's Union Station to Expo 2005


Oct 17, 2005

ISA EXPO 2005, to be held Oct. 25-27 in Chicago, has added complimentary shuttle service between Chicago's Union Station and McCormick Place Lakeside Center. Service every hour on the hour will be from 7am-12pm Tuesday through Thursday. Board the ISA EXPO 2005 shuttle at the Canal Street entrance to Union Station.

ISA EXPO 2005 will feature the latest and most extensive products and services at the exhibition, a strategically relevant technical conference, and a prominent continuing education and training program. With practitioners from more than 70 countries, ISA EXPO 2005 will offer the most complete automation and control experience in today’s marketplace.

Any train service that uses the Union Station in Downtown Chicago!
ISA will have bus service from the Union Station to McCormick Place and return service to the Union Station from McCormick Place.

  • 7:00 A.M. to 12:00 Noon Bus service on the hour from Union Station to McCormick Place
  • 1:30 P.M. to 5:30 P.M. Bus service every half hour from McCormick Place to Unions Station

Congratulations to ISA for taking this suggestion, especially for providing a service to all of the process automation users in the Chicago suburbs. Now they don't have to drive in; they can take the train and they don't have to cab it or change to CMT. Great idea, especially in these days of very high gas prices.

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