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Massachusetts trains serve interstate, Amtrak, and local travelers

While in Boston, relax at a boutique hotel or spa then climb aboard regional, commuter, or local rail lines traveling through and within Massachusetts. The Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA or the “T”) offers daily train, bus, and trolley service through the Greater Boston Area. AMTRAK’s Northeast Regional Route runs downtown-to-downtown service up and down the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Newport News, VA, and its Acela Express offers fast service from Boston to Washington. The Downeaster offers four round trips every day from Boston North Station to Portland, ME, while the Vermonter route runs daily from Washington, D.C., to St. Albans, VT. MBTA Commuter rail service is also available from Boston to Haverhill, Ipswich, Rockport and Lowell.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

The MBTA runs daily train, bus and trolley service through the Greater Boston Area. That system is called the MBTA or, informally,  "The T." The system no longer accepts tokens and requires Charlie Cards or Charlie Tickets. Extended passes are also available. Call 617-222-3200 for more information.
Worcester (WOR) Amtrak Station

2 Washington Square Worcester, MA, 01604 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Lakeshore Limited offers daily trips from New York to Chicago, passing through Boston.
Pittsfield (PIT) Amtrak Station

Depot Street Pittsfield, MA, 01201 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Lakeshore Limited offers daily trips from New York to Chicago, passing through Boston.
Haverhill (HHL) Amtrak Station

Washington Street at Railroad Tracks Haverhill, MA, 01832 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Downeaster offers four round trips every day from Boston North Station to Portland, ME. Intermediate stops include Woburn and Haverhill, MA; Exeter and Durham, NH; Wells, Saco, and Old Orchard Beach, ME. Length of full trip is 2 hours.
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Boston – North Station (BON) Amtrak Station

135 Causeway Street Boston, MA, 02114 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Downeaster offers four round trips every day from Boston North Station to Portland, ME. Intermediate stops include Woburn and Haverhill, MA; Exeter and Durham, NH; Wells, Saco, and Old Orchard Beach, ME. Length of full trip is 2 hours.
Westwood -- Route 128 (RTE) Amtrak Station

50 University Avenue Westwood, MA, 02090 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

Regional Route offers downtown-to-downtown service along the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Newport News, VA, with many departures every day. Car service is available from Kingston, RI, to Newport, RI. Seasonal ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard is available from Kingston. Duration of full trip is 12 hours.
Acela Express offers fast service from Boston to Washington. Hourly service downtown to downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York and Washington, D.C., and intermediate cities. Length of full trip is 7 hours.
Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority

Commuter rail service is available from Boston to Haverhill, Ipswich, Rockport and Lowell. Connections are easily made directly from Logan Airport from incoming flights. The system is informally called the MBTA or "The T."
Amherst (AMM) Amtrak Station

13 Railroad Street Amherst, MA, 01002 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Vermonter route runs daily from Washington, D.C., to St. Albans, VT. Major stops include New Haven and Hartford, CT; Springfield, MA; and St. Albans, VT. Duration of full trip is 14 hours.
Springfield (SPG) Amtrak Station

66 Lyman Street Springfield, MA, 01103 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Vermonter route runs daily from Washington, D.C., to St. Albans, VT. Major stops include New Haven and Hartford, CT; Springfield, MA; and St. Albans, VT. Duration of full trip is 14 hours.
The Lakeshore Limited offers daily trips from New York to Chicago, passing through Boston. Stops in Massachusetts include Boston-South Station, Boston-Back Bay, Framingham, Worcester, Springfield and Pittsfield.
Framingham (FRA) Amtrak Station

441 Waverly Street Framingham, MA, 01701 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Lakeshore Limited offers daily trips from New York to Chicago, passing through Boston.
Woburn (WOB) Amtrak Station

100 Atlantic Avenue Woburn, MA, 01801 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

The Downeaster offers four round trips every day from Boston North Station to Portland, ME. Intermediate stops include Woburn and Haverhill, MA; Exeter and Durham, NH; Wells, Saco, and Old Orchard Beach, ME. Length of full trip is 2 hours.
Boston – South Station (BOS) Amtrak Station

Summer Street and Atlantic Avenue Boston, MA, 02210 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

Regional Route offers downtown-to-downtown service along the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Newport News, VA, with many departures every day. Car service is available from Kingston, RI, to Newport, RI. Seasonal ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard is available from Kingston. Duration of full trip is 12 hours.
Acela Express offers fast service from Boston to Washington. Hourly service downtown to downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York and Washington, D.C., and intermediate cities. Length of full trip is 7 hours.
The Lakeshore Limited offers daily trips from New York to Chicago, passing through Boston.
Boston-Back Bay (BBY) Amtrak Station

145 Dartmouth Street Boston, MA, 02116 Phone: 800-872-7245

Schedules may change without notice; always call ahead to confirm.

Regional Route offers downtown-to-downtown service along the Northeast Corridor from Boston to Newport News, VA, with many departures every day. Car service is available from Kingston, RI, to Newport, RI. Seasonal ferry service to Martha’s Vineyard is available from Kingston. Duration of full trip is 12 hours.
Acela Express offers fast service from Boston to Washington. Hourly service downtown to downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York and Washington, D.C., and intermediate cities. Length of full trip is 7 hours.