Virginia Department of Rail and Public Transportation

Amtrak Reports

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Washington, D.C. to Roanoke (RNK)—one daily round trip

Washington, D.C. to Newport News (NPN) via Richmond Staples Mill and Main Street Station—two daily round trips

Washington, D.C. to Norfolk (NFK) via Richmond Staples Mill Station—two daily round trips

Washington, D.C. to Richmond Staples Mill (RVR)—one daily round trips

Virginia-Sponsored Train Numbers by Route and Day of Week

 

Northbound Trains

Southbound Trains

Weekdays

Saturday

Sunday

Weekdays

Saturday

Sunday

WAS-RNK

176

156

156

171

147

145

WAS-NPN

174, 66

194, 66

96, 66

125, 67*, 65**

65, 99

99, 67

WAS-NFK

84, 94

88

88

93, 95

87

87, 157

WAS-RVR

86

82, 164

164

85

195

195, 87

*Monday-Thursday

**Friday

Amtrak Virginia Ridership & Revenues

Federal Fiscal Year 2016: 837,464 passengers with total ticket revenues of $51.4 million. 

Federal Fiscal Year 2017: 851,433 passengers with total ticket revenues of $52.6 million.

Federal Fiscal Year 2018: 839,466 passengers with total ticket revenues of $53.3 million.

In 2008, Congress enacted the Passenger Rail Investment and Improvement Act authorizing states to take financial responsibility for the operating costs for all routes less than 750 miles in length.  

2019 Ridership & Quarterly On-Time Performance Report

February

January

Roanoke Station 

Ons and Offs, Opening to Date

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Amtrak Reports
Virginia is also served by Amtrak’s long-distance services, including the Auto Train, Cardinal, Carolinian, Crescent, Palmetto, Silver Meteor, and Silver Star.  Additional information on all Amtrak trains is available on Amtrak’s website.

Amtrak Ticket Information
For information on booking travel to and from Virginia, visit the Virginia Amtrak webpage.

 










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