Location / Travel
How to Get to Lansing, IL
Only 30 minutes from Chicago's loop, the Village of Lansing is well served by regional and national transportation at the crossroads of the busiest Interstates in the United States - I-80, I-94 & I-294.
Commuters can travel by South Shore commuter trains in nearby Hegewisch or by Metra trains in Homewood to Chicago, or by PACE buses.
Take I-294 south to I-80 east. Take I-80/94 east to Torrence Avenue exit.From Downtown Chicago and North Suburbs
Take I-94 East toward Indiana. Exit Torrence Avenue (last exit before the Indiana state line.)
From Southwest Suburbs
Take I-80 east toward Indiana. I-80 east merges with I-94. Exit Torrence Avenue.
Take Route 394 north. Exit at Glenwood-Lansing Road and turn right (east) to Torrence Avenue. Turning left (north) on Torrence Avenue will take you directly into Lansing. You may also continue on Route 394 to I-80/94 east and exit at Torrence Avenue.
Take I-94 west toward Illinois. Exit at Torrence Avenue which is the first exit after the state line.
Lansing Municipal Center from Torrence Avenue
From Torrence Avenue and I-80/94, proceed south on Torrence one mile to Ridge Road. Turn left (east) on Ridge. The municipal center is at 3141 Ridge Road, approximately one mile east on the right.
Nearby airports in Illinois
O'Hare International airport is about an hours drive to the northwest, and
Midway Airport is about 30 minutes away.
Private and charter air transportation is available at Lansing's own Municipal Airport.