Grand Crossing lives up to its name by resting in the center of the Chicago Skyway and the Dan Ryan Expressway. These two populated highways provide this neighborhood with instant access to the entire Chicago area, while allowing residents a scenic escape to rural Illinois and Indiana.
Travel by car from Grand Crossing on these two interstates and you may encounter significant traffic delays to the downtown area. South Shore
Drive remains relatively clear during the weekdays, providing serene views of Lake Michigan as you make your daily commute.
Satisfy your travel bug and explore the world from Chicago O'Hare
International Airport. Located 27 miles north along I-94, you should give yourself 50 minutes by car or taxi when making the trip. Look for flights departing from Chicago Midway International Airport, as you can reach this airport in half the time along West 59th Street.
Metra serves the entire Grand Crossing area with minimal commute times to the Chicago Loop via the ME line. Several stations provide easy walking access to the ME line, located at 75th Street and Chicago Avenue or at the Stoney Island Station on 71st Street. If you prefer to take the bus throughout Grand Crossing or to the greater Chicago area, you can catch the 28 or the Express 28 along Stoney Island Avenue. Several taxi companies service the area, including the Jet Livery Service and the Metro Cab Company.