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RTA logo La Grange Stone Avenue Station Access Improvement Plan

Study Description

The RTA worked with the Village to convene a working group consisting of Village staff, RTA staff, CMAP, Metra, ATA BNSF Railway and the ICC to identify ways to improve pedestrian mobility and access to the Metra Station.

Program:Community Planning
Program Year:2012
Project Type(s):Pedestrian Access to Transit
Grantee:Village of LaGrange
Current Activities:The Village used this document to seek out funding opportunities to fund the recommended improvements. In 2013 CMAP approved the RTA's submittal to fund 80% of the cost for local access to transit capital improvements for the Stone Avenue Metra Station, as recommended in this plan. The RTA has approved the local match as part of the 2014 budget and projects began in mid-2014. The full Access Improvements report can be found below in the Study Documents section below.
Information Updated:June 2017
SourceInitial PlanPedestrian Access to TransitTotal
Study Documents
Comprehensive Plan and BNSF Railroad Corridor Subarea Plan
Stone Avenue Station Access Improvements Report (May, 2012)
Related Studies
La Grange Comprehensive Plan Update and BNSF Corridor Plan (2003)
Related Transit Assets
Metra Stations:LaGrange Road (BNSF) accessible
Stone Avenue (LaGrange) (BNSF)
Related Jurisdictions
Municipalities:La Grange, La Grange Park
US Congressional Districts:3 Dan Lipinski, 4 Chuy Garcia, 5 Mike Quigley
Illinois Senate Districts:12 Steven M. Landek, 4 Kimberly A. Lightford, 41 John F. Curran
Illinois House Districts:23 Michael J. Zalewski, 7 Emanuel Chris Welch, 8 La Shawn K. Ford, 82 Jim Durkin
County Board Districts:Cook 16, Cook 17
Chicago Wards:none
Councils of Mayors:Central
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