The Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) operates subways, elevated trains and buses throughout the city. Route maps, schedules and other information is available at: www.transitchicago.com.
The CTA Blue, Brown, Green, Orange and Purple Lines can be accessed at the Thompson Center, Lake Street entrance, one half block east of LaSalle Street. The Thompson Center is one block from Gould & Ratner.
The CTA Red Line can be accessed at Lake and State Streets, four blocks from Gould & Ratner.
Metra: Schedules and other information is available on the Metra website: www.metrarail.com
Ogilvie Transportation Center – 500 W. Madison Street (Madison & Canal)
Union Station – 210 S. Canal Street (between Adams & Jackson)
LaSalle Street Station – 414 S. LaSalle Street (LaSalle & Van Buren)
Millennium Station – 151 N. Michigan Avenue (access from Randolph or South Water)
When visiting Gould & Ratner, please be sure to bring your photo Identification. Security check-in is located in the lobby at the LaSalle Street entrance. You may enter the building on Wells Street and then proceed to the security check-in desk.
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