Edison Park station

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Edison Park
Edison Park station - January 2016.JPG
The Edison Park station in January 2016. The new depot is visible on the right.
Location 6730 North Olmstead Avenue
Edison Park, Chicago, Illinois 60631
Coordinates 42°00′09″N 87°49′05″W / 42.0025°N 87.8180°W / 42.0025; -87.8180Coordinates: 42°00′09″N 87°49′05″W / 42.0025°N 87.8180°W / 42.0025; -87.8180
Owned by Metra
Line(s)
Platforms 1 Side platform
1 Island platform
Tracks 3
Connections Local Transit CTA Buses
Construction
Parking Yes (On-street, Vending)
Disabled access Yes
Other information
Fare zone C
History
Opened 1956
Rebuilt 2007[1]
Traffic
Passengers (2014) 646 (avg. weekday)[2]
Rank 78 out of 236[2]
Services
Preceding station   Metra   Following station
toward Harvard or McHenry
Union Pacific Northwest
toward Ogilvie

Edison Park is a commuter rail station along Metra's Union Pacific/Northwest Line in the Edison Park neighborhood of Chicago, Illinois. It is located at 6730 North Olmstead Avenue across from Monument Park, and lies 11.4 miles (18.3 km) from the Ogilvie Transportation Center in Chicago.[3] In Metra's zone-based fare system, Edison Park is in Zone C.

Edison Park Station is the northernmost station along the UP-NW line within the Chicago City Limits. It contains both a station house along the tracks and an open shelter in between two of them. Parking is available (with vendors), but only along the tracks on North Olmstead Avenue between Ozark and Olympia Avenues.

CTA Bus Connections[edit]

  • 68 Northwest Highway

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