"Metra, Chicago's Commuter Train" METRA and South Shore Line (suburban rail network) Tip by meteorologist1

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by meteorologist1

Metra is Chicago's commuter train. It will take you to the suburbs and even into Wisconsin and Indiana. The Metra Electric station in downtown Chicago is located on Randolph Street (near Michigan Ave). The other Metra terminal stations are located at Chicago's Union Station and the Ogilvie Transportation Center. The cost of a one way ticket depends on through how many zones you travel.

I usually travel from the University of Chicago on the Southside to downtown, that is from Zone B to Zone A (through one zone) and the cost is around $2.

Directions: www.nictd.com
Mode: TO
Type: Train
Website: http://www.metrarail.com/

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  • Updated Apr 17, 2006
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