Home      Printer-friendly format   Search
SchedulesSchedulesEventsOn boardRoute GuideSpecialsScheduleswww.amtrak.com
Joliet, IL
Plan a trip between this city and
, photo by photo by Bill Pollard
Joliet Union Station
50 E Jefferson St.
Joliet, IL 60431
(815) 727-9279

View station hours in separate window

The Joliet station serves the southwestern suburbs of Chicago. Metra commuter trains also serve Joliet and provide local service into downtown Chicago.

To view points of interest, visitor resources, hotels and car rentals in list form, click one of the "balloon" icons below.

Listings appear only as a convenience, are subject to change without notice and do not constitute endorsement.

Station    8 points of interest   15 hotels   3 car rentals   2 visitor resources


Use this form to get point-to-point directions:
Street address
City State

Short term 8 spaces. In front of station. 25 cents/hr.


Local Bus Pace
(815) 836-7000
Joliet Union Station is a Pace bus stop.

Commuter Rail Metra
(835) 836-7000
Service to Chicago and suburbs.

Rock Island Line: La Salle Street Station in downtown Chicago

Heritage Line: Chicago Union Station

Intercity Bus
324 S Larkin Ave. - 4.0 mi W
(815) 744-8892

Airport Chicago Midway - MDW
5700 S Cicero - 38.6 mi NE
(773) 838-0600
Regional and commuter carriers. Taxi transfers available.

Chicago O'Hare International - ORD
10000 W O`Hare Ave - 41.2 mi N
Most domestic, international carriers. Taxi and train transfers available.

Taxi Telecab
Corner of Jefferson and Scott
(815) 744-8294


Joliet Herald-News  •  www.suburbanchicagonews.com/heraldnews

Rep. Bill Foster
(D-IL, dist. 11)

1224 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-3515
Sen. Richard J. Durbin

711 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2152

Sen. Mark Kirk

524 Hart Senate Office Building
Washington, DC 20510
(202) 224-2854

Find your U.S. Representative
Enter the 5-digit ZIP code of your home address in the blank below:

Service powered by the U.S. House of Representatives.

Did you know...
Named for French explorer Louis Joliet, this one-time industrial city has reinvented itself as a tourist destination with a diversified economy. Joliet Union Station, west of the track, opened in 1912 and was restored in 1993. The tracks crossing at this point are operated by Metra, providing commuter service into Chicago over the former Rock Island Railroad. The large castle-like native stone building visible to the east is a high school. Wealthy railroad magnate Jacob A. Henry constructed (in 1876) the imposing mansion briefly visible on a hillside east of the tracks. The mansion, 16,800 square feet, is constructed with the largest limestone slabs ever quarried in the area.