This project developed a comprehensive town center revitalization plan for the Winfield station area located on the Union Pacific West line.
|Project Type(s):||Transit-Oriented Development Plan|
|Grantee:||Village of Winfield|
|Current Activities:||In August 2010, a newly-constructed pedestrian underpass opened to facilitate pedestrian access to both sides of the Metra tracks. Additionally, the Village is currently exploring funding opportunities for a shared parking deck in their TOD area to free up various parcels of land currently used as surface lots, a key recommendation in this study.|
In 2019 the Village approved the construction of Winfield Station, the development planned for the former Winfield Fuel & Material Co. site immediately south of the train tracks along Winfield Road. The plans calls for a five-story building that will offer 162 units, including 15 efficiency units, 90 one-bedroom units and 58 two-bedroom units. Construction is anticipated to take place in 2020 with completion in 2021.
|Information Updated:||June 2020|
|Downtown Marketing and Capacity Study (December 18, 2008)|
|Related Transit Assets|
|Metra Stations:||Winfield (UP-W)|
|US Congressional Districts:||6 Sean Casten|
|Illinois Senate Districts:||21 Laura Ellman|
|Illinois House Districts:||42 Amy Grant|
|County Board Districts:||DuPage 6|
|Councils of Mayors:||DuPage|