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Vermont Train Routes

Travel by train throughout Vermont and beyond

Amtrak not only provides commuter travel within Vermont, it also provides long-distance leisure travel to New York and beyond with a nationwide rail system. Skip the traffic, sit back and enjoy the scenery. Some trains even offer special services including bike carry-on, wifi, a cafe car, pet travel and more.

Choose Your Route

Amtrak operates two rail lines out of Vermont, the Vermonter and the Ethan Allen Express. See all of the stops for each rail below, and visit the Amtrak website for the most up-to-date schedules and to purchase tickets.

  • Vermonter


    • St. Albans, VT
    • Burlington-Essex Junction, VT
    • Waterbury-Stowe, VT
    • Montpelier-Barre, VT
    • Randolph, VT
    • White River Junction, VT
    • Windsor-Mt. Ascutney, VT
    • Claremont, NH
    • Bellows Falls
    • Brattleboro
    • Amherst, MA
    • Springfield, MA
    • Windosr Locks, CT
    • Hartford, CT
    • Berlin, CT
    • Meriden, CT
    • Wallingford, CT
    • New Haven, CT
    • Bridgeport, CT
    • Stamford, CT
    • New York, NY
    • Newark, NJ
    • Metropark, NJ
    • Trenton, NJ
    • Philadelphia, PA
    • Wilmington, DE
    • Baltimore, MD
    • BWI Marshall Airport, MD
    • New Carrollton, MD
    • Washington, D.C.
  • Ethan Allen Express


    • Burlington, VT
    • Vergennes, VT
    • Middlebury, VT
    • Rutland, VT
    • Castleton, VT
    • Fort Edward-Glens Falls, NY
    • Saratoga Springs, NY
    • Schenectady, NY
    • Albany-Rensselaer, NY
    • Hudson, NY
    • Rhinecliff-Kingston, NY
    • Poughkeepsie, NY
    • Croton-Harmon, NY
    • Yonkers, NY
    • New York, NY

www.amtrak.com | 1-800-872-7245
For more information on train service, schedules, and fares please visit the Amtrak website or call the number below.

  • Trip Planner

    Use our Trip Planner to find rides for your daily commute, to the doctor’s, or even your favorite ski resort. Don’t want to drive? No problem! Our trip planner will also show you transit, biking, and walking directions. Start Planning »

Go! Vermont April 25, 2013