There are 26 Amtrak Stations in New York and they serve 15 different Amtrak routes. If you are traveling from New York you’ll have plenty of options for travel up and down the east coast and westbound to Chicago. On the east coast Amtrak can be quicker and cheaper than flying. Fares are often under $50 for a one way coach ticket.
Amtrak Stations In New York
|New York Moynihan||NYP|
Amtrak Trains In New York
- Empire Service
- Ethan Allen Express
- Keystone Service
- Lakeshore Limited
- Maple Leaf
- Northeast Regional
- Silver Meteor
- Silver Star
Amtrak Ticket Prices From New York
|Train Route||Begin||End||Coach Price|
|NE Regional||New York City||Washington D.C.||$29|
|Acela||New York City||Boston||$59|
|Crescent||New York City||New Orleans||$139|
Booking Amtrak Tickets From New York
To book a ticket for any of the Amtrak Stations in New York, use our Amtrak ticket booking guide to purchase tickets at the lowest price in any class. Amtrak also runs sales and discounts on most routes.
Amtrak In New York Tips
Most Amtrak trains that operate in New York stay on the east coast. To connect to Chicago, which is the gateway to the west coast, take the Cardinal or the Lake Shore Limited. From Chicago you can explore some of Amtrak’s most scenic routes in the USA.
Amtrak travels to upstate New York with routes to Syracuse and Albany on the Empire Service. With frequent daily departures from New York City, Amtrak is the cheapest and easiest way to get to upstate New York from the city.