Train Station Access

Transition to All Daily Fee Parking at Train Station Lots

Naperville’s train station parking lots transitioned to all daily fee parking on Jan. 1, 2024. Quarterly commuter parking permits are no longer accepted.

All spaces now cost $3 per day, with discounts available for paying by the week or month. For more information, please visit the daily fee parking webpage.

The City of Naperville is served by two commuter rail stations: the Naperville Metra Station, located at 105 E. 4th Ave., and the Route 59 Metra Station, located at 1090 N. Route 59, Aurora. A number of transportation options are available for accessing the train stations.

By Vehicle

Parking is provided at both train stations. Payment is required when parking at either station Monday through Friday between 6 a.m. and 6 p.m. Parking at the station after 6 p.m. on weekdays and on weekends is free. Maps of the City's parking facilities are provided below.

For more information regarding commuter parking permits and daily fee parking, please select from the following webpages:

By Bus

Neighborhood to Station Routes

Pace Suburban Bus provides all-day service between the Naperville Metra Station and Route 59 Metra Station via four bus routes that run throughout the major roadways in Naperville. All buses are accessible and provide bicycle racks on the front of the bus.


Due to the service cuts implemented by Pace, the City of Naperville has suspended the use of park-and-ride locations.

For more information about Pace bus routes, Park-and-Ride locations and fare options, call (630) 836-7000, or visit

Guaranteed Ride Home Program

Due to the service cuts implemented by Pace, the City of Naperville has suspended the Guaranteed Ride Home program.

By Bicycle

Bicycle parking is available at both train stations. The following guides and parking maps provide recommended routes and tips to reach the Naperville and Route 59 Metra Stations by bicycle.

Bicycle lockers are available to rent on an annual basis at the Route 59 station. Lockers are large enough to contain a bicycle and other equipment such as jackets and helmets.

The cost of the permit is $24. A bicycle locker permit holder receives an invoice each year with the option to pay for renewal or cancel the permit.  If cancelled, the bicycle locker is made available to others on a first come first serve basis. For more information, call (630) 305-5330, option 1.