As we head into the Halloween season, it’s no surprise that the best way to see a movie is to hop on a bus.
The new transit service, C-Bus, promises to deliver a much better experience for fans by providing them with a seamless connection to the theater.
While this sounds great, the reality is that it will only work if you’re willing to take the bus, which is a luxury that the majority of us won’t be afforded.
That’s why it makes sense to take an Uber instead.
According to a new study from the Urban Institute, just 18 percent of Americans have the means to take public transit.
Uber is one of the fastest growing ride-sharing services, and with a slew of new options, it may have a big impact on how you get to and from the movies.
Here are some of the top transportation options in Chicago.
Uber vs. Lyft: Uber’s ride-hailing service offers free rides to select customers.
Lyft’s service, which has had a few tweaks over the years, allows riders to hail a car through an app.
Uber’s UberX is a service that has a range of routes in Chicago, but it can only go from one stop to another, which can be tricky for drivers, especially those who are not as experienced as the ones in C-bus.
Uber and Lyft are both good options if you have a large family and don’t want to wait in line.
While both services will give you the option to pay with credit card, Uber has a lower-risk, lower-reward business model and is more likely to be more convenient.
UberX has an unlimited trip, while Lyft has a limit of two trips.
C-BUS: C-buses operate out of several locations throughout Chicago, including the Near Northside, the Northshore, and the South Shore.
You can pick up a ride from a bus terminal, a nearby stop, or from a CTA station.
Cbus offers a range from the cheapest CTA fare to the most expensive.
In addition to C-train service, you can get a ride on a Cbus in the city’s North and South Loop.
CBus is limited to two trips per day, but that’s not a problem if you want to see as many movies as possible.
In fact, you could be able to book a C-Buses route to see movies on the weekends.
Cbsl: CbsL is a hybrid bus service that is designed to connect people with affordable fares.
CBSL allows you to pick up an unlimited number of rides for a low fare.
You will have to pay the fare on your ride in advance, but you can choose to pay in cash or use CBS as your fare-matching payment method.
The service is available in Chicago and other parts of Illinois.
There are also limited options to get a Cbs ride, and you can book your ride from the nearest C-Train stop.
CTS: CTS is a commuter bus service for students that operates in the Chicago suburbs.
You are able to get an unlimited ride for a small fee.
If you want a CTS ride, you will have the option of paying for a CATS fare or using a CCT card.
CCT is available only in Chicago’s South Side and North Shore.
CTA: CTA is a public transportation system that operates on a regular schedule of service between the suburbs of Chicago and the suburbs surrounding the city.
You get a limited number of CTA rides per day.
You also get a free ride to any CTA stop if you use a CART card.
If CTA does not have a Carts service to connect you with rides, you may have to hop a bus and then catch another bus.
You may be able get a full CTA ride on one trip, but CTS will not connect you to the CTA.
CATS: CATS is a Citi Bike service for people who commute to work.
Cats will connect you directly to CTA’s bus stop, which will cost you $1 per trip, or you can use CATS as your ride-match option.
The CATS app also has a limited option for riders who don’t use a transit card.
You’ll need to pay for a ride to your destination with your CATS card.
The app is free and offers discounts to customers who buy in advance.
The option to use CTS as your payment method is available for both CATS and CATS Plus.
Ctrs: Ctr is a shuttle service that offers a bus route between the North Side and the city of Evanston, a short distance away from the city center.
CTrs is available at a variety of stops and stations, and Ctr can offer multiple trips per week, depending on the ridership and demand. C Trs also