Amtrak Valley Flyer Route Guide
The Amtrak Valley Flyer will take you from New Haven, CT to Greenfield, MA. This route travels through the Knowledge Corridor of the northeast taking you to many universities or small town vacation destinations.
This train travels from New Haven, CT to Greenfield, MA via Springfield and Northampton.
On the Amtrak Valley Flyer you can purchase tickets in these categories:
- Coach ($28 per person)
The Valley Flyer offers scenic views of the valleys of Northampton and Greenfield during its short 3 hour ride.
On the Amtrak Valley Flyer you’ll travel through Connecticut and Massachusetts.
The Valley Flyer has terminus stations of New Haven, CT on one end and Greenfield, MA on the other.
New Haven Union Station
New Haven Union Station is one of the busiest Amtrak stations in the country. It was built in 1920 and serves routes that will take you into New York City. The station has ATM’s, restrooms and vending machines. There is no checked baggage service available.
John W. Olver Transit Center in Greenfield
The John W. Olver Transit Center in Greenfield offers only restrooms. There is no checked baggage service, ATM’s or vending machines. There are shops and restaurants a short walk away.
Amtrak Valley Flyer Trip Planning
From New Haven you can catch the Acela down the east coast to New York.
Check out our guide to buying Amtrak tickets before making reservations. Tickets for Amtrak can be booked at Amtrak.com or by using their app on your phone. Reservations can also be made by calling 1-800-USA-RAIL.