There are only three Amtrak stations in Alabama, all on one Amtrak route.
Arizona Amtrak stations are throughout the state and on two routes.
Texas Eagle Amtrak trains stop at six stations in Arkansas.
California has the most Amtrak stations in the United States.
Colorado only has five Amtrak stations, all the California Zephyr route.
Even though Connecticut is a small state, it has many Amtrak stations.
Delaware has two Amtrak stations and many train routes.
Florida Amtrak stations are primarily on the east coast — trains do not travel to the panhandle.
Two major cities in Georgia have Amtrak stations along with some small towns.
There is only one Amtrak station in Idaho.
Illinois has many Amtrak stations and routes, making it easy to travel by train.
Indiana has more than 10 Amtrak stations and four train routes.
Iowa’s Amtrak stations are on two routes, but no service in Des Moines.
Amtrak stations in Kansas are on the Southwest Chief route.
Kentucky’s Amtrak stations are not in major cities, just near the Ohio River.
There are six Amtrak stations in Louisiana on three Amtrak routes, including a station in New Orleans.
There is one Amtrak route in Maine, which connects the state to New Hampshire and Boston.
Maryland has five Amtrak stations, including an BWI Airport station.
Massachusetts has 10 Amtrak stations, including three in Boston.
Michigan’s Amtrak stations are on three routes with service to Chicago.
Minnesota’s Amtrak stations are on the Empire Builder route.
Mississippi has 10 Amtrak stations on two routes.
Missouri’s Amtrak stations are in all the state’s major cities.
There are more than 10 Amtrak stations in Montana with service to Glacier National Park.
Nebraska’s Amtrak stations are all on the California Zephyr route.
There are three Amtrak stations in Nevada, but Las Vegas isn’t one of them.
Amtrak stations in New Hampshire provide service to cities including Boston and New York City.
New Jersey’s Amtrak stations have long-distance and regional trains.
New Mexico’s Amtrak stations are on three different long-distance routes.
New York State has many Amtrak stations, including one in New York City.
North Carolina has more than 15 Amtrak stations.
Amtrak stations in North Dakota are on the Empire Builder route.
Ohio has two Amtrak routes and six Amtrak stations.
There are several Amtrak stations in Oklahoma, including a stop in the capital.
There are several Amtrak stations in Oregon on three train routes.
Pennsylvania has over 20 Amtrak stations and many train routes.
There are three Amtrak stations in Rhode Island, including a stop in Providence.
South Carolina has 10 Amtrak stations and four routes that travel through the state.
South Dakota does not have any Amtrak stations.
Tennessee only has two Amtrak stations and limited rail service.
Texas has more Amtrak stations than you might think. View the list of stations.
All Amtrak stations in Utah are on the long-distance California Zephyr route.
Vermont has many Amtrak stations despite being a small state.
Choose from many Amtrak stations across Virginia.
There are many Amtrak stations across Washington state.
West Virginia has 10 Amtrak stations and two rail routes.
There are eight Amtrak stations in Wisconsin, including two in Milwaukee.
There are no Amtrak stations in Wyoming.
Boston’s South Station, constructed in 1899, is near many attractions.
Ride Amtrak to the Flagstaff station to see national parks and local attractions.
Raleigh’s new Union Station is in a walkable area near things to see and do.
Built in 1939, L.A.’s Amtrak station is a bustling transit and cultural hub.
The Miami Amtrak Station is not near downtown or the coast.
The Orlando Amtrak Station is also used by SunRail.
In the heart of Manhattan, Amtrak trains arrive and depart from Penn Station.
Step back in time at the beautifully restored Kings Street Station in Seattle.
Connect with Amtrak at the 30th Street Station near Philly’s Center City.
Santa Fe Depot in San Diego is near many downtown attractions.
Explore DC’s Union Station, where Amtrak trains stop in the nation’s capital.