Transportation & Parking in Lakeview

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Transportation & Parking in Lakeview Chicago

Train & Bus: The Southport, Paulina, and Addison stations on the CTA Brown Line provide convenient access to the neighborhood. CTA buses also run through Lakeview on Addison, Belmont, Diversey and Ashland. Find more information at transitchicago.com.

Biking is a fun, easy, and healthy way to get around Lakeview. Check out Lakeview’s Everyday Biking Guide (www.bikefriendlylakeview.com) for tips on using your bike to get around the neighborhood, safely and comfortably. Many local businesses also offer deals when you bike – be sure to check them out!

Divvy is Chicago’s bike sharing system with 6,000 bikes and 570+ stations across the city, including Lakeview. Divvy is an enjoyable, simple, and affordable way to get around the city. For more information, visit divvybikes.com.

Parking regulations are strictly enforced throughout Lakeview. Most commercial streets in Lakeview have metered parking seven days per week, and most residential streets require a residential permit. Always read signs carefully when parking.

Residential parking permits and visitor passes may be obtained through the city clerk’s office or local aldermen’s offices.

Parking meters can be paid using credit cards or quarters at a pay box, or using the ParkChicago app (parkchicago.com).

Several paid public parking lots are also available in Lakeview:

◗ 1501 W. Melrose St.
◗ 1411 W. Oakdale Ave.
◗ 1568 W. Barry Ave.
◗ 3144 N. Greenview Ave.
◗ 1657 W. Melrose St.
◗ 1333 W. Belmont Ave.
◗ 3820 N. Southport Ave.

Book convenient and affordable parking in advance through SpotHero, the nation’s leading parking reservation app. To reserve your parking spot, visit www.SpotHero.com.