Ride in Kane
Ride in Kane is a public paratransit transportation service providing curb to curb bus or taxi service to individuals 65 and older, disabled individuals, and those with low income who qualify for the service in Kane County. Ride in Kane operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The current cash fare is $5.00 for the first 10 miles of a trip and $1.50 per each additional mile over 10 miles.
Ride in Kane is administered by Kane County Division of Transportation in partnership with Pace Suburban Bus, and local municipalities, townships and social service agencies operating as local sponsors.
To use the Ride in Kane service, you must be registered with a local sponsor.
1. The first step is to determine if you live in a sponsored area or are a client of the social service agencies participating as sponsors. Click here, or on the Sponsor tab at the top of this page to view our participating sponsors and for contact information.
2. Second, contact the sponsor directly to register with them. Local sponsors determine individual ride restrictions and eligibility requirements for their riders. Once you have registered you will receive a copy of the Rider's Guide - click the links to view in English or Spanish.
Ride in Kane Guide | Paseo En Guia Kane
3. Third, once registered you can start scheduling rides in accordance with the sponsor ride restrictions.
If you have any questions about the program, please call the Ride in Kane information line: (630) 762-2600.
Ride in Kane staff is available to answer questions about the program to help guide you to the appropriate sponsor. Please call the information line or visit our office to register for rides or with questions about the program. The Ride in Kane office is located at:
41W011 Burlington Road
9:00 am - 4:00 daily
We are located in Administration "Building A" located at the western edge of the KDOT campus, signage is posted at the building's entrance.
ADA parking is available directly next to the entrance.
Ride in Kane is administered by the Kane County Paratransit Coordinating Council. The Council is a consortium of citizen members, local advocates and agencies organized to help develop, implement, enhance and improve the existing paratransit system in Kane County.
TITLE IV POLICY NOTICE
The Ride in Kane service operates without regard to race, color, and national origin in accordance with Title VI of the Civil Rights Act. Any person who believes she or he has been affected by any discriminatory practice under Title VI may file a complaint with their sponsoring agency or the Kane County Division of Transportation, the program administrator.
To view the Ride in Kane Title VI approved policy, click here.
important Information Regarding COVID-19 from Pace
Safety is our top priority. We encourage all riders and employees to follow the CDC's recommendations for limiting the spread of COVID-19. Please:
Wash Your Hands
Wear A Mask
Cover Your Cough
Get A Vaccine
Stay Home if You're Sick
PACE Health Notice |
PACE Aviso De Salud |
Read additional CDC guidelines