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More choices to leave earlier and get home later! Enjoy 12 Amtrak Cascades trains and shorter travel times every day between Seattle and Portland. See the new schedule at http://bit.ly/2yVkL6x. Book your tickets now!
Trains 510 and 517 will use Superliner equipment starting Friday, September 8 through Sunday November 12, 2017. This equipment does not have Wi-Fi or business class seating. We apologize for any inconvenience and hope you enjoy your trip.
Special travel tips and information about the solar eclipse on August 21. If you are traveling, ODOT helps you prepare for heavy congestion and if you aren't traveling there is an awesome web tool that shows what the eclipse will look like in your zip code.
Please be aware extremely high heat is forecasted this week. Travel delays may occur. You may wish to carry extra water and plan appropriately. Thank you.
Please be aware there are some delays due to yesterday’s incident. Please use the Train Status button to check on the status of your train or call 1-800-USA-RAIL to check the status of your reservation. We apologize for any inconvenience.
Trains north and south of Seattle are all running normally. On Friday, between Seattle and Portland buses are available for Trains 507, 508, 509, 513 and 516. On Saturday, there are buses for all trains. Any questions? Please call 1-800-USA-RAIL. We apologize. Please forgive us for any inconvenience and ask Mother Nature to cut us some slack.
Amtrak Cascades service between Vancouver (USA) and Kelso, WA, is suspended due to a landslide. BNSF Railway, which own the tracks, has placed a 48-hour moratorium, suspending all rail traffic in the area until Sunday, April 9. Amtrak is seeking alternate transportation. All trains are running normally between Seattle and Vancouver, BC and between Portland and Eugene, Ore. Please forgive us for any inconvenience. Please use the Train Status button to check train status and also call 1-800-USA-RAIL.