Upgrade Your Business Travel Aboard Acela
Boston - New Haven - New York - Philadelphia - Baltimore - Washington, DC
We believe business travel should be less about what you give up and more about what you get. With Acela, you get all the convenience and comfort you deserve and expect. All in an environment that's conducive to both work and relaxation.
Frequent Departures and Fast Arrivals
Enjoy frequent daily departures with fewer stops that fit your busy schedule. Arrive early for a morning meeting and leave after lunch for a productive afternoon.
Prepare for your next meeting while en route with free internet access.
All Acela trains now offer reserved seating in Business and First Class, offering more peace of mind knowing your seat is waiting for you.
A Power Source at Every Seat
With a power outlet at your seat, you can stay productive for the entire trip, because you'll never be asked to turn off your electronic devices.
Quality Dining Onboard
Enjoy a wide variety of food and beverage options, featuring freshly prepared sandwiches, salads, snacks and craft beers from Café Acela and at-seat meals in First Class.
Spacious, Comfortable Seats
Get comfortable and stay that way whether you're working on our extra-large tray tables or if you're relaxing with our ample legroom. Or, if you'd like, feel free to get up and stretch your legs whenever you need a break from your work.
Most of our stations are conveniently located downtown, bringing you closer to your next meeting or destination while also connected to other transit options — saving you valuable time.
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