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COVID-19 Information
First Published - 04/05/2021 - 5:27PM

Metra trains are operating on alternate schedules that we will update regularly to meet increasing demand. For the latest schedules, click hereFor information about Metra's response to the pandemic, click here.

Last Updated - 06/01/2021 - 8:03AM

Travel Guides

Flexible schedules and convenient connections make Metra, the Chicago area's commuter rail system, great for family travel to recreation and fun.

Our 10-Ride Ticket can be shared by people riding together. On weekends, our $7 Saturday or Sunday Day Pass (available starting Feb. 1, 2021) is good for unlimited rides on all Metra lines on either Saturday or Sunday, and the $10 Weekend Pass (available on the Ventra app only) is good for unlimited rides on all Metra lines on both weekend days. And our Weekend Family Fares allow up to 3 children age 11 and under to ride FREE on Metra with each adult. You can use your Monthly Pass, 10-Ride Ticket or you can purchase either a One-Way Ticket, Saturday or Sunday Day Pass or Weekend Pass.

For Metra and CTA fare and schedule information, call the Travel Information Center at 836-7000 from city and suburban area codes.

Email us at Metra with your mailing address and we'll send you your FREE travel toolkit that includes our easy-to-use Travel Guide, which gives travel information from our downtown terminals to Chicago attractions, and a schedule for the line nearest your home. With our travel toolkit, you'll have everything you need to plan a hassle-free day of fun in the city.

Links to travel guides for Metra's downtown stations are below:

Union Station

LaSalle Street

Millennium Station

Ogilvie Transportation Center

Chicago Visitor Information

For information regarding Chicago events and attractions, please call the Chicago Office of Tourism at 312-744-2400, Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. until 5 p.m. To request an Official Chicago Visitor’s Guide, visit choosechicago.com.

CTA Visitor Pass

The CTA 1-day Visitor Pass costs $10 and allows unlimited rides on all CTA buses and trains. Passes can be purchased online at www.transitchicago.com or at nearly 1,300 retail locations, including drug stores and currency exchanges.

Divvy bike sharing features thousands of bikes at hundreds of stations located throughout Chicago and near all downtown Metra terminals. Bikes are available 24/7, 365 days a year. Click here for details.

In warmer weather, try fast, affordable and fun connections between Chicago’s top tourist destinations aboard water taxis. Chicago Water Taxi and Shoreline Water Taxi offer convenient transportation options.

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