Billboard Advertising - ChicagoEstablished in the early 1980's, MediaLease OOH is the original Chicago, Ill one stop shopping billboard advertising company, offering all types of traditional Out of Home advertising/media, to include Billboards, Interior & Exterior Rail & Bus Advertising, Bus Shelter Advertising, Mall Advertising & all Digital OOH formats to include Digital Billboards - Poster and Bulletins, Digital Bus Shelters and Digital Exterior Bus Advertising.
Out-of-Home Solutions in this area:
- Bulletins Billboards Advertising
- Bus Exteriors
- Arena & Stadium Advertising
- Location Based Advertising
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With nearly 4.3 million employees and more than 250,000 businesses, Chicago’s key Industries include Business & Financial Services, Manufacturing, Information Technology, Health Services, and Transportation & Distribution. It is also a global leader in options, futures, and derivatives trading. The Chicago Metropolitan Area is headquarters to more than 400 major corporations.
Chicago, Illinois sees more than 45 million tourists yearly, adding more than $11.8 billion to the local economy. Shoppers can walk the Magnificent Mile which includes 3,100,000 sq. ft. of retail space, 460 stores, 275 restaurants, 51 hotels, and a host of sightseeing and entertainment attractions. Sports fans can enjoy sports year round with the NBA Chicago Bulls, NHL Chicago Blackhawks, NFL Chicago Bears, NBL Chicago White Sox, and the famous Wrigley Field, home of the NBL Chicago Cubs.
More than 30 colleges and universities serve the Chicago area, while DePaul University with over 25,000 students stands among the top private universities in the country.
The historic Route 66 has its beginnings in Chicago and runs more than 2400 miles across the country. I-90/94 (the John F. Kennedy Expressway) averages over 400,000 vehicles use the highway daily. Interstates play an important role in Chicago with I-55, I-80, I-57, I-88, all enabling Chicagoans to travel freely. The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) operates the nation's second largest public transportation system--a regional transit system that serves the City of Chicago and 40 neighboring communities. CTA provides 1.64 million rides on an average weekday, accounting for over 80% of all transit trips taken in the six-county Chicago metropolitan region.
Presently, CTA service is provided by two modes: bus and rail.
In addition to CTA, regional transit services are also provided by our sister agencies, Metra and Pace both of which connect with CTA bus and rail in numerous locations. Most rides on CTA are taken by a bus system consisting of more than 140 routes. Buses make over 25,000 trips daily, and serve nearly 12,000 bus stops throughout the region. CTA bus routes serve communities locally, and move people across town. Several routes provide 24-hour service, known as "Owl Service." The rail system consists of train lines spanning the city and neighboring communities, and is known locally as "The 'L'." The service provided is described as "heavy rail rapid transit," also referred to as a "subway" or "metro" in many parts of the world. Today's 'L' system has eight rapid transit routes and consists of 144 stations over approximately 242.2 miles of track. Parts of the 'L' run above ground, in subway tunnels and tubes, as well as at grade or in expressway medians. Two routes--the Red and Blue Lines--operate 24 hours, every day.