station is a stop for both Metra
commuter rail and Amtrak
, United States, north of Chicago
. The facility opened in March 1995 as a replacement for a since-demolished 1950s era station. On Metra, the station is located on the that runs between and . On Amtrak, the station is located on two lines, the '''' that runs between Chicago Union Station and and the '''' that operates between Chicago, , and . It also served the short-lived '''' which ran between Chicago and between April 15, 2000, and September 23, 2001. Frequent, daily service is provided on both the Metra Milwaukee District North Line and the Amtrak ''Hiawatha'', while the Amtrak ''Empire Builder'' provides once-a-day service. Passengers traveling between Glenview and Chicago or Glenview and Milwaukee are not permitted to board or disembark on the ''Empire Builder'' at Glenview, due to the availability of other, frequent service.
It is proposed that the Amtrak service would shift one stop north to North Glenview
. This move would eliminate lengthy stops which block traffic on Glenview Road. This move would involve reconstruction of the North Glenview station to handle the additional traffic, and depends on commitments from Glenview, the Illinois General Assembly
The station is used as a location in the 2011 film Source Code
, disguised as "Glenbrook" station.