Sustainability in Transportation

The City supports sustainability in transportation by encouraging use of public transportation, walking, biking and electric or compressed natural gas vehicles. Learn more about these options below. 

Electric Vehicle Charging

The City encourages installation of electric vehicle charging stations and advises customers to contact the Naperville Electric Utility before beginning the installation process. The City is offering up to a $700 rebate for a Level 2 or 3 electric vehicle charging station for residential use and up to a $500 rebate for a Level 2 or 3 charging station for nonresidential use.

What to Know Before Electric Vehicle Charging Station Installation

There are more than 2,500 public electric vehicle charging stations in the Naperville area. 

View a map of electric vehicle charging stations

This interactive map helps drivers plan longer trips while ensuring they know where to charge their electric vehicle along the way.

Find Electric Vehicle Charging Stations Along Your Route

Biking Maps, Guides and Plans

Naperville strives to provide opportunities for bicycling to be a viable option for recreation, school, commuting, shopping and fitness. The City's bicycling system continues to evolve every year. 

View Bicycling Maps

Safe Routes to School

The City has developed recommended routes and traffic control plans to encourage safe walking to each elementary and middle school in Naperville.

View School Walk Routes

Public Transit Information

  • Metra is the local commuter rail service and links communities across Northeast Illinois.
  • PACE is the local bus service and links communities across the suburbs in Northeast Illinois.

Compressed Natural Gas Fueling Station

In late 2020, the City – along with private CNG provider Trillium and refuse contractor Groot Industries – opened Naperville’s first CNG fueling station. The unstaffed station, which is open to the public 24 hours a day at 1720 W. Jefferson Ave., features multiple CNG dispensers for light- and heavy-duty fueling. In 2021, the City, Trillium and Groot received the Chicago Area Clean Cities Coalition’s Public-Private Partnership Award for the station and its presence as a cleaner energy source that helps reduce emissions from fleet vehicles.