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These pages provide basic directions between the intercity-transportation hubs (such as airports and intercity-rail stations) in Chicago and Los Angeles. In all cases, one can get between the two points by rail transit (or express bus) with no more than one transfer. In many cases, rail transit is also the fastest option (not to mention the cheapest). If you decide to take a taxi instead, think twice - typically this does not save you any time despite costing you a lot (unlike trains, taxis sit in the same traffic where everybody else does). Directions below are very simple, and - don't worry - you will not get lost, even if this is your first time in Chicago or Los Angeles. Make sure you print all the maps from the appropriate page below before you begin your trip. Have a pleasant journey!
|Between Chicago airports:||Between Los Angeles airports:|
|From O'Hare Airport to Midway Airport||From LAX Airport to Burbank Airport|
|From Midway Airport to O'Hare Airport||From Burbank Airport to LAX Airport|
|Between Chicago Union Station and the airports:||Between Los Angeles Union Station and the airports:|
|From O'Hare Airport to Union Station||From LAX Airport to Union Station|
|From Union Station to O'Hare Airport||From Union Station to LAX Airport|
|From Midway Airport to Union Station||From Burbank Airport to Union Station|
|From Union Station to Midway Airport||From Union Station to Burbank Airport|
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Last update: October 23, 2015.