Acela high-speed trains travel between Boston and Washington D.C. multiple times each day. Choose from business-class seats or upgrade to first class for complimentary meal service and free beverages. All passengers can also stop by the on-board café to purchase food.
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Things to Know
- There is café car available to all passengers.
- Seats are assigned (you can change your assignment after purchasing your tickets).
- First class has single seat options, so you don’t have to sit next to anyone.
- Trains can fill up on Monday morning and in the afternoon on Thursday and Friday.
- The Acela Express is faster than the Northeast Regional trains that travel along a similar route, especially when traveling longer distances.
There are multiple Acela trains to choose from each day. View latest schedules and timetables on Amtrak.com.
- Boston, MA – South Station (BOS)
- Boston, MA – Back Bay Station (BBY)
- Route 128, MA (RTE)
- Providence, RI – Amtrak/MBTA Station (PVD)
- New Haven, CT – Union Station (NHV)
- Stamford, CT (STM)
- New York, NY – Moynihan Train Hall (NYP)
- Newark, NJ – Penn Station (NWK)
- Metropark, NJ (MET)
- Trenton, NJ (TRE)
- Philadelphia, PA – William H. Gray III 30th St. Station (PHL)
- Wilmington, DE (WIL)
- Baltimore, MD – Penn Station (BAL)
- Baltimore, MD – BWI Thurgood Marshall Airport (BWI)
- Washington, DC – Union Station (WAS)