The Harrison station opened on October 17, 1943, as part of the State Street Subway. Harrison received a new escalator in 2004. On February 9, 2009, a new auxiliary entrance at Polk street was opened due to an increase of both business and residents living in the South Loop neighbo...
Polk St. entrance has been updated and remodeled as of July 2014. It now has a Ventra machine and you can reload or buy a pass without having to walk down the block to the other entrance.
There's a Divvy Bikes bike-sharing station here on State St. in front of Jones College Prep School .
Be prepared to get hit on by so bums.
Freshly painted tunnel and lots of new lights. Nice and bright
Be careful after dark. Can get rather strange
Dont exit polk street at night. Be aware of surroundings. Ride first car if alone. Dont flash nice things. It gets nicer northbound. Gets shittier southbound
Watch out for the hipsters.
You should have seen this stop in 1989. It is pretty safe now
It's a pretty crappy station lets be honest...
Avoid the cold as long as possible by walking south on the platform to access Polk Street!
Walk towards the light.
To Columbia students in particular, this stop at Polk is usually where muggings happen. If you live off this stop, exit on Harrison street.
Sketchy as hell. Some guy tried to steal my phone leaving the platform. I would be aware of your surroundings and not flash any nice things.
After Jackson, new atmospher here. Pls don't scare, this is "My Kind of Town"
Don't ride after 4am..sh!t gets weird.
When you get on the train to get here, go in the very first or the very last car to be closest to the exits.
Don't ride the train with the crazy bag lady.
Home to the lake shore