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Voluntary Action Center of Northern Illinois
The Voluntary Action Center of Northern Illinois (VAC) provides door-to-door Rural transit services throughout DeKalb County. Individuals that need to travel into or out of the DeKalb Urbanized Area can utilize VAC transit services for this purpose. The VAC transit services are open and available to senior citizens, individuals with disabilities, and the general public traveling within DeKalb County. All passengers utilizing VAC's services must register with VAC prior to scheduling a ride. For additional information about the services provided by VAC, including their service area, fare structure, and hours of service, please contact VAC at 815-758-3932 or visit their website at www.vacdk.com.
Locally owned and operated, DeCab Taxi provides local and regional transportation. Passengers looking to utilize DeCab Taxi’s services can contact their Dispatch staff at 815-757-6430 or visit the DeCab Taxi website for additional information.
Greyhound bus service, in partnership with the Lee-Ogle Transportation System and the Illinois Department of Transportation, created a bus line that travels between Davenport, Iowa and Chicago, Illinois. Passengers looking to travel from DeKalb to the east towards Chicago can board the Greyhound bus on the east side of the Holmes Student Center along Normal Rd. at 9:20a or 3:05p, 7 days a week. Passengers who would like to travel from DeKalb to the west towards Davenport can board the Greyhound bus on the east side of the Holmes Student Center along Normal Rd. at 8:25a and 5:30p.
For schedule and ticketing information, please visit the Greyhound website.