Ogilvie Transportation Center
Ogilvie Transportation Center is the Chicago terminus for Metra trains on the Union Pacific lines. It is one of four Metra terminals in the Chicago Loop area. The others are Chicago Union Station, Chicago Millennium Station, and Chicago LaSalle St Station. The Union Station is located just two blocks south from this station. The others are within a 15-20 minute walking distance.
Points of interest
The station can be accessed from the 500 West Madison (formerly named Northwestern Atrium Center and Citigroup Center) tower as well as the street-level course (MetraMarket) located between Washington and Randolph streets. The 500 West Madison entrance is wheelchair accessible and has shops along with a food court. The MetraMarket entrance only has stairs leading to the platforms and is closed on Sundays.
Both entrances have ticket counters. Tickets can be purchased at the station, online, or through the Ventra mobile app.
The platforms are one level above the streets. There are 16 tracks at the station. Tracks are numbered from 1 to 16 from west to east. Signs at the platform entrance show the train number, departure time, and list of stops.
|Metra lines at Ogilvie Transportation Center|
|Adjacent stop||Adjacent stop|
North to Kenosha
|◀||Union Pacific North||▶|
West to Harvard
|◀||Union Pacific Northwest||▶|
West to Elburn
|◀||Union Pacific West||▶|
The nearest station is Clinton Station (CTA Green, Pink Lines), which is a block and a half north of the MetraMarket entrance. Another station, Washington/Wells Station, is located 3 blocks to the east from this station across the Chicago River.