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Northeast Regional

Boston - Providence / Springfield - Hartford - New York - Washington, DC - Lynchburg / Richmond - Petersburg - Norfolk / Newport News - Virginia Beach
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Convenient and Affordable Downtown-to-Downtown Service up and down the Northeast Corridor

Amtrak offers daily round-trip service to Lynchburg, VA, as well as hourly morning service from Richmond, VA. These two services* make it easy to travel from central Virginia to anywhere in the Northeast Corridor.

New Service Expanded to Norfolk, VA

Norfolk residents can experience the return of reliable train service to the city. For the first time in 35 years, Amtrak train service will originate in Norfolk, with new departures connecting passengers to destinations north of the city, giving our travelers more benefits while the existing Amtrak bus service between Virginia Beach, Norfolk and Newport News continues to run.

  • Daily round-trip travel originating from Norfolk.
  • One-seat rides make it easy to book business travel, a weekend getaway, a family visit or college trips to Petersburg, Richmond, Washington DC, Philadelphia, New York and cities all the way up to Boston. For leisure travelers, the service provides a great way to visit sights in Virginia and north of Washington without having to face long traffic delays in the bridges and tunnels.
  • A new transportation option for military members traveling between Southside Hampton Roads, Fort Lee, Quantico and the Pentagon, plus a 10% fare discount for active-duty military and family.
  • Easy online reservations and eTicketing or with your web-enabled mobile device (no tickets sold at the station)

Northeast Regional trains offer a comfortable and enjoyable way to travel throughout the Northeast Corridor and points beyond. Café Cars offer appetizing sandwiches, salads, snacks and hot and cold beverages, including a variety of wine, beer and soda. In our popular Quiet Car, where cell phones are silent and conversation is kept to a minimum, you can completely relax throughout the ride.

In Business Class, you'll enjoy extra legroom, a complimentary newspaper and a beverage in the Café Car with access to conference tables on a first-come, first-served basis.

Coach Class features comfortable seating with a minimum of 39" of legroom, electrical outlets for your laptop computer, complimentary Wi-Fi® and extra storage space for your luggage. For budget-minded travelers, take advantage of our 14-day advance travel deal to book your coach seats.

Amtrak Shuttle Trains provide additional service between New Haven, CT and Springfield, MA.

Connections to Newport, RI

Van/car service is available from the Kingston, RI (KIN) station to Newport, RI. Call (401) 295-1100 for information and reservations (required).

Connections to Martha's Vineyard

Seasonal ferry service to Martha's Vineyard is available from the Kingston, RI (KIN) station. For schedules and reservations, call (401) 295-4040. Online: www.vineyardfastferry.com.

*The Lynchburg, VA - Washington, DC and Richmond, VA - Washington, DC segments of the Northeast Regional are financed and operated in partnership with the Commonwealth of Virginia. Learn more at AmtrakVirginia.com.

Trails & Rails - Heritage Appreciation On Board

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An innovative partnership program between the National Park Service and Amtrak, the Trails & Rails program provides Amtrak passengers with educational opportunities to foster an appreciation of a selected region's natural and cultural heritage and renews the long tradition of associating railroads with National Parks. As part of the Trails & Rails program, National Mall & Memorial Parks guides are onboard the Northeast Regional between Washington, DC and New York, NY.

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Frequency
Multiple Departures Daily
Length of Trip
12 hours 30 minutes
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Cafe Car Wi-Fi
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