Amtrak and the Washington State Department of Transportation recently launched the EV bus used by the train operator to improve passenger experience.
Amtrak is offering free companion fares for all kids, ages 2 to 12, traveling with at least one adult. Available for sale June 15 through 20, tickets are valid for travel between June 30 – September 30 (Monday through Thursday departures).
Bring along a loved one this summer with Buy One, Bring One 50% off fares
Special “Night Owl Fares” as low as $5 - $20 are now available on select Amtrak Northeast Corridor (NEC) routes. This is a great option for travelers returning from concerts, plays, sporting events or those who prefer later or earlier departures.
A new era at Amtrak accelerates this year, with as many as ten manufacturers submitting their ideas on replacement railcars for world-famous routes such as the Auto Train, California Zephyr, Coast Starlight, Crescent, Empire Builder and Southwest Chief. This marks the first formal step to completely reequip the Amtrak Long Distance Network that provides vital service on 14 overnight routes from coast to coast.
In celebration of its upcoming 30th anniversary on Oct. 26, Metrolink has introduced a 30 percent sale on its Monthly Pass. The 30% discount is open to all Metrolink riders for three months – October, November and December 2022 and is automatically applied at purchase.
As part of Amtrak’s vision for the future, Amtrak has pledged to achieve netzero greenhouse gas emissions across the Amtrak Network by 2045. This net zero emissions target focuses on expanding efforts across Amtrak’s entire carbon footprint to reduce environmental impacts from operations while safely moving people.
Amtrak released its FY21 Sustainability Report that showcases sustainability projects across Amtrak’s regions and operations. Throughout the report are details of Amtrak’s measured progress against annual and long-term sustainability goals that encompass greenhouse gas emissions, diesel fuel and electricity usage.
Take Amtrak for a summer escape to visit the world premiere of the exhibition’s global tour at the Franklin Institute
Extension of service will reach the most populous city in Vermont with access to bustling downtown, arts and culture, and local colleges