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  • AMTRAK ® SYSTEM TIMETABLE

    Updated March, 2018

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    Travel on Amtrak is subject to Amtrak policies, conditions of carriage and limitations of liabilities (collectively “Policies”). Amtrak Policies, fares, schedules and rates are subject to change without notice. Amtrak permits First Amendment activity on property owned or controlled by Amtrak to the extent that those activities are not incompatible with the Amtrak mission to operate a national rail system safely, and to do so with optimum service to the public, as well as with the best economy of operation possible. Because of safety reasons, First Amendment activities are not permitted on board Amtrak trains, nor on Amtrak platforms. For detailed Amtrak policies and procedures, go to Amtrak.com (Terms of Transportation) or call 1-800-USA-RAIL.

    © Amtrak 2018 National Railroad Passenger Corporation, One Massachusetts Ave., N.W., Washington, DC 20001 NRPC Form T1–Internet only–3/18

    CONTACT INFORMATION For information and reservations, visit our website or call the 800 number to speak to “Julie,®” the Amtrak automated agent, or call your Travel Agent.

    Amtrak.com 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245) Customers with hearing impairments and access to a teletypewriter may call 1-800-523-6590 for information or reservations.

    For Group Travel Information, Call 1-800-USA-1GRP.

    Take an Amtrak Vacation! For information and reservations, visit GO Amtrakvacations.com or call 1-800-Amtrak-2.

    Amtrak offers express shipping service to more than 100 cities nationwide. Call 1-800-377-6914.

    For information about train service in Canada, contact VIA Rail Canada. Call 1-888-VIA-RAIL, or visit GO viarail.ca

    Table of Contents ...................................................... 1-2

    Amtrak® Service Locations .................................. 3-12

    Traveling on Amtrak ............................................... 124 Understanding the Timetable ............................................... 124 Placing Your Reservation ...................................................... 124 Purchasing Your Ticket ......................................................... 125 Everyday Discounts ............................................................... 125 Membership Discounts ......................................................... 126 Glossary of Amtrak Services and Amenities.................... 126-129 Planning Your Journey................................................... 139-135

    Sleeping Car Accommodations .......................... 136

    Host Railroads ..................................................... 137-138

    Northeast Corridor Service .................. 13 Acela Express® and Northeast RegionalSM

    (Southbound) Boston-Springfield-New Haven-New York- Philadelphia-Washington, DC ........................................... 14-21 (Northbound) Washington, DC-Philadelphia-New York- New Haven-Springfield-Boston ......................................... 22-29

    Northeast, Mid-Atlantic and Virginia Service Boston-New York-Washington, DC-Richmond- Lynchburg-Norfolk ............................................................. 30-34

    Northeast Corridor Connections and Amenities ............................................................ 35-38

    Amtrak DowneasterSM

    Brunswick-Portland-Boston ............................................... 39-41

    Keystone Service®

    New York-Philadelphia-Lancaster-Harrisburg-Pittsburgh ..... 42-44

    Empire Service®

    New York-Albany-Syracuse-Rochester- Buffalo-Niagara Falls ......................................................... 45-47

    Maple Leaf SM

    New York-Albany-Niagara Falls-Toronto .................................. 48 Spring is bursting out at beautiful city parks at many locations throughout the Amtrak network. Here the exquisite colors of a portion of Fairmount Park are captured across the Schuylkill River from the busy Amtrak mainline at Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.

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    Routes in the East ......................................... 49 Adirondack®

    Montréal-Albany-New York .................................................... 50

    VermonterSM

    St. Albans-Essex Junction-Springfield-New York- Washington, DC ..................................................................... 51

    Ethan Allen Express®

    Rutland-Albany-New York ...................................................... 52

    Auto Train®

    Lorton-Sanford ...................................................................... 53

    Atlantic Coast Service: Silver Meteor®, Silver Star®, Palmetto®, Carolinian® and Piedmont®

    New York-Richmond-Raleigh-Charleston-Savannah- Jacksonville-Orlando-Tampa-Miami .................................... 54-55

    Silver Service® Thruway Connections .................... 55 CarolinianSM and Piedmont®

    New York-Raleigh-Charlotte .............................................. 56-57

    Crescent®

    New York-Washington, DC-Atlanta-New Orleans .................... 58

    PennsylvanianSM

    New York-Philadelphia-Harrisburg-Pittsburgh .......................... 59

    Cardinal® and Hoosier State®

    New York-Washington, DC-Cincinnati- Indianapolis-Chicago ......................................................... 60-61

    Capitol LimitedSM

    Washington, DC-Pittsburgh-Cleveland-Chicago ....................... 62

    Lake Shore Limited®

    New York/Boston-Albany-Cleveland-Chicago .......................... 63

    Routes in the Midwest ........................ 64-65 Wolverine® Service, Blue WaterSM and Pere Marquette®

    Chicago-Kalamazoo-Battle Creek-Grand Rapids-Port Huron- Detroit-Pontiac .................................................................. 66-68

    City of New Orleans®, Illini® and Saluki®

    Chicago-Carbondale-Memphis-New Orleans ...................... 69-70

    Lincoln Service®, Missouri River Runner®

    Chicago-Springfield-St. Louis-Jefferson City-Kansas City ..... 71-72

    Illinois Zephyr® and Carl Sandburg®

    Chicago-Galesburg-Quincy ..................................................... 73

    Hiawatha® Service Chicago-Milwaukee ........................................................... 74-75

    Routes in the West ........................................76 Empire Builder®

    Chicago-St. Paul-Minneapolis-Portland/Seattle ................... 77-78

    California Zephyr®

    Chicago-Denver-Salt Lake City-San Francisco ..................... 79-80

    Southwest Chief®

    Chicago-Albuquerque-Los Angeles .................................... 81-83

    Texas Eagle®

    Chicago-St. Louis-Little Rock-Dallas-Fort Worth- San Antonio-Los Angeles ................................................... 84-85

    Heartland Flyer®

    Oklahoma City-Fort Worth ...................................................... 86

    Sunset Limited®

    New Orleans-Houston-San Antonio-Los Angeles ..................... 87

    Coast Starlight®

    Seattle-Portland-Los Angeles ............................................. 88-90

    Pacific Northwest .......................................... 91 Amtrak® Cascades®

    Vancouver, BC-Seattle-Tacoma-Olympia-Lacey- Portland-Salem-Eugene ..................................................... 92-95

    Idaho and Washington Services Boise-Lewiston-Spokane-Seattle-Portland-Eugene .............. 96-97

    California Corridors ............................... 98-99 California Coastal Routes Linking Northern and Southern California ...................... 100-101

    San JoaquinsSM

    San Francisco-San Joaquin Valley-Fresno-Bakersfield- Southern California ....................................................... 103-108

    Capitol Corridor®

    Reno-Auburn-Roseville-Sacramento-Emeryville- Oakland-San Francisco-San Jose ................................... 109-117

    Pacific Surfliner®

    San Luis Obispo-Santa Barbara-Los Angeles- Orange County-San Diego ............................................. 118-123

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    t Amtrak Station b Thruway Bus stop f Flag stop. See page 125. p Airport connection i Ferry connection ? VIA Rail Canada station - Quik-Trak self-serve ticketing kiosk l Checked baggage å Wi-Fi available

    > Unstaffed station ∑ Staffed Station with ticket office; may or may not be open for all train departures. m Station Hosts; station staffed by voluteers: California (C),

    Downeaster (D), Kansas (K), Missouri (M), North Carolina (N), and Washington (W). w Station wheelchair accessible; no barriers between station and train. v Sta