Union Station is Chicago’s transportation hub for Amtrak trains and the Metra commuter rail. With hundreds of arrivals, departures, and connections each day, Union Station can become super busy.
Parking Near Chicago Union Station
There are a handful of parking options just a short walk from Union Station. Most facilities downtown are covered garages, with a variety of self-park and valet options.
|Facility Address||Price||Walking Distance|
|545 W Quincy St (550 W Jackson Blvd) – Valet Garage||$20||2 mins|
|333 S Clinton St (320 S Canal St.) – Garage||$45||2 mins|
|113 S Clinton St. – 525 W Monroe Garage||$18||2 mins|
|500 W Monroe St. – Garage||$18||4 mins|
|229 S Desplaines St. (625 W Adams Building) – Garage||$16||5 mins|
Public Transportation to Chicago Union Station
There are dozens of options to get to Union Station via public transit. The Clinton Blue Line L station is the nearest station. The Quincy L station is the nearest elevated station that connects to Brown, Orange, Pink, and Purple line trains.
Bus routes 1, 28, 121, 124, 128, 151, and 156 pick up around Union Station Transit Center.
For more public transit options and trip planners, check out Union Station’s travel page.