The Knowledge Corridor, known for its large population and concentration of universities holds rich history worth exploring. No matter your journey, the Valley Flyer takes you where you need to go whether a traffic-free business commute or a mini vacation through New England.
Features & Amenities
Take your small dog or cat along with you on the train. Before you go, learn more about the types of pets allowed, pet reservations and fares, approved pet carriers and additional details.
New Haven, ConnecticutNew Haven Union Station
Home to many treasures, like the famous “apizza,” New Haven offers a coastal city with a small-town feel. Whether strolling through East Rock Park or exploring the museums and libraries of Yale University, New Haven holds an adventure for everyone.
Sitting on the eastern bank of the Connecticut River, Springfield offers several activities for all ages and interests.
Once you hop off the train, stop by the famous Dr. Seuss National Memorial Sculpture Garden, the Naismith Memorial Basketball Hall of Fame or the Springfield Armory National Historic Site, home to the largest collection of historic military firearms.
Often referred to as “Paradise City,” Northampton serves as a hub for all things artistic, academic and musical. Grab a fun souvenir from one of its quirky shops, catch a show at the Academy of Music or hike the Holyoke mountains during your visit.
Greenfield, MassachusettsJohn W. Oliver Transit Center
Greenfield holds unusual and hidden treasures letting you experience country life mixed with urban culture. Explore the town through their small shops that bring together literature and exotic plants. Grab a bite to eat and sip on a local brew while taking in all Greenfield offers.