Quincy Station (CTA)

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Directions to and from Quincy Station (CTA)  |  Nearby


Platforms of Quincy station, December 2018.JPG

This station is one of the original Loop stations and maintains a historical appearance. It is also the transfer point to Metra and Amtrak trains at Chicago Union Station on the other side of Chicago River.

Points of interest


This station is served by Brown, Pink, Orange, and Purple lines running on the elevated tracks.

The entrances to the station from the street are located around the intersection of Wells and Quincy. CTA ticket machines are available at the station house by each platform, which sell reloadable Ventra card, single-ride, or 1 day ticket. All riders must pass through the turnstile with a valid Ventra card, ticket, contactless bank card, or mobile device with Apple/Samsung/Android Pay.

This elevated station features side platforms. There's no direct access between the platforms (need to exit the paid area of station).

CTA 'L' lines at Quincy Station (CTA)
Adjacent stop Adjacent stop
Following stop
Orange Line (inner)
LaSalle/Van Buren
Previous stop
Pink Line (inner)
Purple Line (inner)
Previous stop
Brown Line (outer)
LaSalle/Van Buren
South to Kimball


Bronzeville/Union Station
Stony Island
Summer service: Museum Campus
Goose Island Express
Stockton/LaSalle Express
Clarendon/LaSalle Express
Sheridan/LaSalle Express