Train Station Access

Alternate Parking Options Due to Water Tower West Demolition

To help mitigate the temporary loss of daily fee parking spaces due to the demolition of Water Tower West (the former City of Naperville Public Works facility), the 53 permit spaces in the Burlington Lot which typically become available for daily fee use after 9 a.m. are now available prior to 9 a.m. as standard daily fee parking for $2 per day.

Permit holders who use the Burlington Lot are asked not to park in these numbered spaces, located along the north side of the parking lot, so that they can remain available for daily fee use. Permit holders may park in these spaces if the rest of the Burlington Lot is full.

As a reminder, commuters impacted by the Water Tower West demolition may also consider alternate commuting options, including the Route 59 Metra Station and Pace Suburban Bus. The space formerly occupied by Water Tower West is slated to reopen as a surface parking lot in October 2019 and will provide approximately 250 additional daily fee parking spaces to commuters.

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. A quarterly commuter parking permit or payment of a daily fee 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 rush hour service between the Naperville Metra Station and many Naperville neighborhoods.  All buses are accessible and provide bicycle racks on the front of the bus.

Park-and-Ride

The City of Naperville, in coordination with Pace Suburban Bus and Metra, provides free remote parking with access to the Naperville and Route 59 Metra Stations via express bus service as detailed below. A parking permit is not required to park in the following remote parking locations; standard Pace bus fares apply.

Naperville Station

One park-and-ride, located at St. Thomas the Apostle Church (1500 Brookdale Road), provides bus service on Pace Route 682 to the Naperville Metra Station. Commuters may park in the blue-striped parking spaces located at the northeast corner of the church parking lot. The bus will board on Brookdale Road at the eastern driveway of the church, located at the far northeast corner of the church property.

Route 59 Station

Three park-and-ride locations provide express bus service to the Route 59 Metra Station (Pace Routes 672, 673 and 675). Parking at the park-and-ride lots is free and the service to the train station is direct, without stops.

  • 95th Street Park-and-Ride Location Map (coming soon!) - 91st Street and Wolfs Crossing Road (Pace Route 672)
  • Community Christian Church Park-and-Ride Location Map (coming soon!) - Emerson Lane (Pace Route 673)
  • Wheatland Salem Church Park-and-Ride Location Map (coming soon!) - 95th Street and Book Road (Pace Route 675)

For more information about Pace Bus routes, Park-and-Ride locations and fare options, call (630) 836-7000, or visit www.pacebus.com.

Guaranteed Ride Home Program

Commuters utilizing Pace Bus Services to travel to and from the Naperville and Route 59 Metra Station are invited to participate in the City’s 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.