Amtrak Winter-Spring Timetable Now Available

January 13, 2014

Christina Leeds

Amtrak Contact

202 906.3860

New schedule effective beginning Jan. 13

WASHINGTON – The winter-spring Amtrak System Timetable, effective with departures beginning today, is now available and includes minor schedule changes.

Explore the timetable to plan Amtrak train travel and take advantage of special deals and promotions today. Choose from SmartFares, limited-time offers, USA and California rail passes and everyday discounts for AAA members, students, military, seniors, children and more.

The magazine-style booklet, printed bi-annually, is available in stations and can be ordered and viewed online at In addition, passengers can get Amtrak schedule information by calling 1-800-USA-RAIL or on the Amtrak iPhone, Android or Windows apps.

The timetable cover features a painting of the Coast Starlight at the San Luis Obispo, Calif., station done by Amtrak Assistant Superintendent of Road Operations Eric Smith. It is on display at the new Los Angeles Union Station Metropolitan Lounge available to Amtrak sleeping car passengers, Pacific Surfliner business class passengers and Amtrak Guest Rewards members (Select Plus and Select Executive levels).

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