South Shore Line partners with the City of Valparaiso for new shuttle service

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The South Shore Line (SSL) and the City of Valparaiso have partnered to further connect public transportation in the City of Valparaiso. Since August 1st the City of Valparaiso will be operating a new weekday shuttle. Riders are being offered free rides now through October 31 to try out the shuttle. Regular fare rates will apply beginning November 1, 2019.

The service is being offered between Valparaiso’s ChicaGo Dash parking lot (260 Brown Street) and South Shore Line’s Dune Park station. The Wi-Fi enabled shuttle takes passengers station to station in just 30 minutes. Parking is free at the ChicaGo Dash parking lot, or riders can take the V-Line to the parking lot to catch the shuttle.

The shuttle service links up at the Dune Park Station with three Chicago bound trains and three Chesterton bound trains mid-day, as well as three additional Chesterton bound trains in the evening. Look for the shuttle pick-up signs at the ChicaGo Dash parking lot and the South Shore Line Dune Park station. For stops and schedule information, visit ValpoTransit.com.

Download the shuttle tracker app in Google Play or the iTunes Store. Search “DoubleMap,” or download the Double Map app, and select the City of Valparaiso South Shore Connect. Or, for South Shore Line schedules, tickets and real-time train tracking, download the South Shore Line app by searching “South Shore” in iTunes or Google Play.

The South Shore Line is a commuter rail line operated by the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (NICTD) between Millennium Station in downtown Chicago and the South Bend International Airport in South Bend, Indiana.

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