Roselle is a traditional small town with a focus on tomorrow. Centrally located, Roselle offers accessibility to all points of interest, north, south, east or west.
Highway Transportation & Local Roads
Roselle offers immediate access to all major interstate highways via I-390. While the local streets in Roselle are maintained by the Roselle Public Works Department, many of the major streets and highways are maintained by the counties or the state.
Contact & Traffic Information:
Village of Roselle Public Works
Roselle Emergency Dispatch
Roselle Police Department - Non-emergency
Illinois Department of Transportation
(800) 452-4368 | Website
Information on State roads - Lake Street, Irving Park Road
DuPage County Transportation Division
(630) 682-7321 | Website
Information on County roads - Roselle Road, Gary Avenue
Cook County Department of Transportation and Highways
(708) 485-7130 | Website
Illinois Tollway Authority
(800) 865-5394 | Website
Metra Rail Service to Chicago from the Roselle Metra Station
Roselle residents and local business employees have convenient access to the Milwaukee District/West Line from the Metra Station at Irving Park Rd. and Maple Ave. in Roselle. Rail service on this line runs daily between Elgin and Chicago's Union Station. Learn more about commuter parking at the Roselle Metra Station.
The RTA (Regional Transportation Authority) also offers a convenient online guide that will describe how to use the train and bus services in the city and suburbs. Use the RTA Trip Planner to simply enter the beginning and ending address, and the guide will describe which bus routes and train routes to take, along with times and locations.
Traveling by Bus
The Pace 608 Bus Route, with service from the Roselle Metra Station to the Pace Northwest Transportation Center in Schaumburg, has been discontinued until further notice. Use the Pace Bus Trip Planner or explore the Pace RideShare options to find the best route for you.
Various bike paths and recreation trails link Roselle with Busse Woods, the Meacham Grove Forest Preserve, the Mallard Lake Forest Preserve, the Illinois Prairie Path, and the Fox River Trail. Download the "Linking Neighbors" Area Recreational Path Brochure (PDF) for maps and details.