is served by Metra, Chicago's commuter
rail system and Amtrak,
the nation's intercity passenger service.
As of September 26, 2014, major changes have been made affecting passengers
arriving and departing from Joliet Union Station. See our Passenger
Guide for details.
suburban bus system serves Joliet, and Joliet Union Station, with several routes
from around the city and other nearby suburbs including routes 501, 504, 505,
507, 508, 509, 832 and 834, . See the Pace
website for routes and schedules.
If traveling by automobile, Joliet Union Station is at
the intersection of Jefferson (U.S. 30 East) and
Scott Streets in downtown
Joliet. From the east or west, take Interstate 80 to exit 132 at Chicago
Street (U.S. Route 52-Illinois Route 53) and head north.
the north or south, take Interstate 55 to Interstate 80 and head
east to exit 132.
parking is available around the station, and parking may be free at certain times,
such as weekday evenings or weekends. Check meters and posted signs for details.
ATMs, convenience stores, hotels and other services can be found throughout downtown
Joliet. The Will County Court House and Silver Cross Field, Joliet's minor league
ballpark, are located next to the station
former waiting room, with crystal chandeliers and forty-five foot ceilings, is
now a banquet hall with accommodations for up to 350 guests. For information on
Ballroom at Joliet Union Station, call (815) 727-1200.