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Springfield, IL
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Washington and 3rd Streets
Springfield, IL 62701
(217) 753-2013

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Station    15 points of interest   12 hotels   5 car rentals   1 visitor resource


May 14, 2016 UIS Commencement (Academic)
Prairie Capital Convention Center
May 21, 2016 Benedictine University Commencement (Academic)
Prairie Capital Convention Center

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Short/long term 45 spaces. Lot on east side of station. Free with permit from station agent. Entry/exit from both Jefferson and Washington streets.


Local Bus Springfield Mass Transit District
(217) 522-5531

Intercity Bus Union Bus Terminal
2351 S Dirksen Pkwy - 4.6 mi SE
(217) 544-8466
Serves Greyhound, Gulf Transport, Crown Transit Lines.

Airport Capital Airport - SPI
1200 Capital Airport Drive - 3.9 mi NW
(217) 788-1050

Taxi A-Diamond Cab
(217) 778-5828

Airport Cab
(217) 789-2629

Dan's Cab
(217) 525-8370

Liberty Cab
(217) 525-1982

Lincoln Yellow Cab
(217) 523-4545

Mid-State Cab
(217) 522-9039

Limousine American Limousine
(217) 529-5900

Classic Limousine
(217) 523-5466


State Journal-Register  •  www.sj-r.com
WAND (17, ABC)  •  www.wandtv.com
WCIA (3, CBS)  •  www.wcia.com
WICS (20, NBC)  •  www.wics.com

Rep. Rodney Davis
(R-IL, dist. 13)

1740 Longworth House Office Bldg
Washington, DC 20515
(202) 225-2371
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

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Did you know...
Near the geographical center of Illinois, Springfield became the state capital in 1837 as the result of a campaign led by Abraham Lincoln, who had recently became a resident. "To this place, and the kindness of these people, I owe everything," he remarked as he left for Washington for the last time. Springfield's reminders of Lincoln are everywhere: the only house he ever owned; the parlor where he was married; the office where he practiced law; and the tomb on the northern edge of town where he, his wife and three of their children are buried. Just south of the Amtrak station is an excellent view of the state capitol, on the west side of the track.