Getting Here

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Logan Square is easy to reach by car, bus, train and bike; it’s just a short trip from Downtown and convenient from the suburbs. No matter how you get here, you’ll be glad you visited!

Public Transit

The CTA Blue Line train runs between O’hare Airport and Forest Park with three stops in Logan Square: Western, California and Logan Square.

Several CTA Bus routes travel through Logan Square, including: #49 Western Avenue, #56 Milwaukee Avenue, #73 Armitage Avenue, #74 Fullerton Avenue, #76 Diversey, #52 California.

For more information on public transit service, please visit www.transitchicago.com

Metra

Traveling by Metra is an easy and relaxing way to avoid traffic to and from the suburbs. Logan Square is just a short trip by taxi, rideshare, Divvy Bike or bus from both the Healy Station serving the Milwaukee District North Line and the Clybourn Station serving the Union Pacific -North and Union Pacific-Northwest Lines. For complete information on routes and fares, visit metrarail.com.

Car, Taxi & Rideshare

The Kennedy Expressway (I-90/94) runs along the eastern edge of Logan Square, simply take the exits at California Avenue (exit travelling eastbound only), Diversey Avenue (exit travelling west bound only) and Fullerton Avenue.

Bicycle

Logan Square is one of the most bicycle-friendly neighborhoods in the city. The neighborhood is easily accessed from the east via The 606/ Bloomingdale Trail, a path that borders the southern edge of Logan Square.

Milwaukee Avenue cuts right through the heart of Logan Square from the southeast and northwest. Dubbed The Hipster Highway due to its high volume of bikers, it is the most heavily trafficked bike route in the city.

Don’t have a bike? No problem. Bikes are available through Divvy, Chicago’s bikeshare program. There are many stations in and around Logan Square. Visit divvybikes.com
for locations and rental information.