CTA rapid transit stations (walking distance from the following)
- Adams/Wabash station for the Brown, Green, Orange, and Purple lines
- Jackson/State Station for the Red Line
- Jackson/Dearborn Station for the Blue Line
Walk east on Adams or Jackson to Michigan Avenue. At Adams, turn right (south) on Michigan Avenue.
CTA Bus Lines
Take any CTA bus that travels downtown and (starting from the south) intersects with Van Buren, Jackson, Adams, Monroe, Madison, Washington, or Randolph. Walk (or connect on a CTA bus) east to Michigan Avenue. See CTA website for routes and schedules at www.transitchicago.com
Metra operates 11 suburban commuter lines serving downtown Chicago.
Ending at Union Station just west of the Loop and south of the Ogilvie Transportation Center: Heritage Corridor Line, North Central Service, Southwest Service, Burlington Northern Santa Fe, Milwaukee District North & West Lines.
Ending at the Ogilvie Transportation Center (formerly the Northwestern Train Station) just west of the Loop and north of Union Station: Union Pacific North Line, Northwest Line and West Line.
From these two stations it is a 20 minute walk east to Michigan Avenue, or take a #20 or #56 eastbound CTA bus on Jackson Boulevard, or connect with the free trolley shuttle.
Ending at the LaSalle Street Station: The Rock Island District Line. Walk east on Van Buren to Michigan and then north on Michigan Ave. to Jackson.
Ending at the Randolph Street Station: The Metra Electric Line and the Northern Indiana Commuter Transportation District (South Shore Line). Get off at the Van Buren/Jackson Station (the stop before the end). From here, walk one block north on Michigan Ave. to Jackson.
For Metra schedule information, visit www.metrarail.com
The Regional Transportation Authority (RTA) operates a travel information line. Call for directions (any area code) 836.7000.