<![CDATA[Amtrak Latest Information]]> Weblog Editor 2.0 <![CDATA[To and From Virginia, Take the Train]]> All Aboard Virginia


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<![CDATA[Traveling with Amtrak in Virginia]]> With 21 stations to choose from, Amtrak makes it easy to travel within Virginia, and to the Northeast Corridor as far as Boston. Book early and save big.


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<![CDATA[Auto Train Priority Vehicle Offloading]]> Upgrade to Make Your Vehicle One of the First 30 to Exit the Train

Being on the road faster gets you to your destination sooner. Speed up your journey with a time-saving upgrade option for the Auto Train. Passengers who reserve Priority Vehicle Offloading ensure their vehicle is one of the first 30 offloaded from the train.


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<![CDATA[Beat the Bus from Richmond to DC with a Smart Alternative]]> Budget Train Travel from Richmond to DC on Amtrak

Downtown Richmond, VA Skyline at Night


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<![CDATA[New York City - Providence Travel by Train]]> Skip the Slog of I-95 Traffic. Enjoy Your Own "Mobile Office" with Amtrak.
Madison Square Garden, New York City
Madison Square Garden

You’ll almost always beat the bus from Providence to NYC (or the bus from NYC to Providence) with Amtrak. Avoid congested highways and take in spectacular views instead when you travel from Providence to New York City. The Amtrak Northeast Regional train offers multiple daily departures up and down the Northeast corridor that deliver you from city to city without the stress and delays of traffic. The Providence - New York City route follows the Connecticut coast, offering picturesque vistas of harbors, ships and bridges from your reclining seat.


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