Amtrak Cascades is offering limited service for travel:
Effective May 24, 2021, there are three round trips between Seattle and Portland; with two extending to Eugene. Amtrak Cascades food and beverage service is back in action. There is no train service north of Seattle at this time but the daily bus service between Seattle, Everett, Mount Vernon, and Bellingham is running. And some extra buses have been added by Amtrak and Cantrail. The Coast Starlight offers a fourth round trip south of Seattle.
Masks are optional, as of April 18, 2022.
Trip flexibility: Amtrak is waiving all change fees for reservations made by May 31, 2022. This includes reservations booked with points. To modify a reservation, log in to your account, go to ‘Modify Trip’ on Amtrak.com, or find your reservation from your account on the home screen in the Amtrak app. A fare difference may apply to your new itinerary.
All trains between Seattle and Eugene will stop at all stations.
The easiest way to check the schedule is to click on the Buy Tickets button and enter your origin and destination. The site will do the rest and you are not committed to purchase until you are ready.
For the health and safety of all and to reduce the risk of exposure, Amtrak is deep-cleaning trains and wiping touch surfaces frequently.
Amtrak’s Empire Builder will continue to connect Seattle, Edmonds, and Everett.
We do not have a date to re-start train service north of Seattle yet.
Amtrak Cascades is sponsored by the states of Washington and Oregon.
Amtrak Cascades trains connect cities along the I-5 corridor including Seattle, Portland, and Eugene, Oregon.
Daily round trip train service includes:
Three daily round trips between Seattle and Portland
Two daily round trips between Portland and Eugene
WSDOT invests in Amtrak Cascades
Work is completed on $800 million in rail improvements resulting in faster, more reliable Amtrak Cascades service.
Amtrak Cascades is funded primarily by ticket revenues, with the balance of operating costs paid for the states of Washington and Oregon. For questions and comments regarding Washington and Oregon's involvement in intercity passenger rail and Amtrak Cascades, please contact WSDOT or ODOT.
WSDOT is responsible for Amtrak Cascades service in Washington and British Columbia:
Washington State Department of Transportation
PO Box 47407
Olympia, WA 98504-7407
ODOT is responsible for Amtrak Cascades service in Oregon:
Oregon State Department of Transportation
555 13th St SE
Salem, OR 97301- 3871
Washington and Oregon strive to:
Provide an efficient, safe and cost-effective alternative to highway and air travel.
Support future growth and operate an efficient, high-quality intercity passenger rail service that helps minimize the need for state subsidies.
Be sensitive to community and environmental impacts, and business costs.
Integrate with local roadway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian transportation networks.
Amtrak Cascades is a registered service mark of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.