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Bus/Shuttle Center at O'Hare Best Palce to drop off College Student

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Son taking bus from O'Hare to U of I. We will drive him to airport to catch the bus. What is the best location to drop him off? Terminal 2 Arrivals? We have been to Bus/Shuttle Center to catch shuttle to remote parking following a flight but it has been awhile and I can't remember what terminal we were in. Do you follow red line on the floor down escalator to elevator up to bus shuttle center and then to door 4?
Please refresh my memory. Is there literally a red line on the floor? Please advise. Thanks!

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