The Proposed Rosemont PRT system is a 3.0 mile personal rapid transit network designed to connect the Chicago Transit Authority’s Blue Line rapid transit with various hotels, offices and a major convention center in Rosemont, Illinois. The Village of Rosemont was selected as the site for a proposed deployment of Raytheon's PRT 2000 technology. The Rosemont PRT Project was jointly funded by The Regional Transportation Authority of northeastern Illinois and Raytheon Corporation.
Canete Medina (formerly cmQue, inc.) provided sub-consultant services to Vlecides-Schroeder & Assoc., Inc. in analyzing the financial feasibility of implementing a personal rapid transit system in Rosemont, Illinois. The financial feasibility study involved the analysis of various alternatives for reducing operating cost and enhancing revenue for the proposed PRT System based on projected ridership.