The South Shore has scheduled additional personnel and all available train cars to provide as much capacity as possible for Friday’s World Series Parade and Rally honoring the Chicago Cubs ﬁrst Championship in 108 years. The trains will follow the regular daily schedule, but will oﬀer expanded capacity for additional riders.
Mike Noland, South Shore Railroad President, advises all revelers to be patient as trains are expected to be crowded. “This is truly an historic event – 108 years in the making. The South Shore began rail service in 1908 – the last ;me the Cubs won a World Series. I guess you could say we’ve grown up together and are so proud to have transported thousands of Cubs fans through the years to watch their favorite team.”
For more information on train schedules, discounts and to plan a trip, please visit www.mysouthshoreline.com or download the SSL app (available for iPhone and Android).
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.