|Distance||24 miles (39 km)|
|Average train ticket price||$42 (€35)|
|Train frequency||25 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 25 direct trains a day|
Trains from Philadelphia to Wilmington, DE cover the 24 miles (39 km) long trip taking on average 28 min with our travel partners like Amtrak. Normally, there are 25 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this route costs around $42 (€35), you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as $42 (€35).
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Amtrak is the main train provider in the United States. There are several different ticket types including Saver, Value, Flexible, Business and First Class for you to book for your next journey by train between Philadelphia and Wilmington, DE.
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Taking the short train journey from Philadelphia to Wilmington, Delaware is a fast and convenient way of commuting between these two cities. By taking the train from Philadelphia to Wilmington, passengers can avoid rush hour traffic, sitting in traffic jams, and having to find somewhere to park on arrival. They can sit back and catch up on some work or emails while making the journey. There are up to 40 daily departures with a similar timetable in place seven days a week. All journeys are direct and passengers have a choice of reserving Coach Seats or Business Class Seats for their journey. Departures are from Philadelphia 30th Street Station with trains arriving into the Joseph R. Biden Jr. Wilmington Rail Station.
Trains from Philadelphia to Wilmington are all operated by Amtrak. Amtrak is one of the largest rail providers in the United States with a vast network of routes that cover over 500 communities in both North America and Canada. It provides an invaluable service, linking many isolated rural areas by train or bus. This vast transit system has grown since the company launched in 1971 with just 21 routes. All carriages on Amtrak trains are spacious and comfortable with a choice of both Standard Coach and Business Class Seats. There is plenty of legroom as well as luggage storage and other onboard facilities include WiFi, restrooms, individual power sockets and lights, and cafe service. Amtrak trains provide step-free access for passengers with limited mobility while each train has dedicated wheelchair areas and wide-door restrooms. This route also allows pets and bicycles while service animals are always welcome on Amtrak trains.
All trains from Philadelphia to Wilmington are direct with fast journey times that take from a quarter of an hour to just under half an hour. A similar timetable is in place seven days a week.
Passengers booking trains from Philadelphia to Wilmington can choose from a large number of departures with between two dozen and 40 or more departures every day. One train leaves in the early hours of the morning and then there are up to three departures an hour until late in the evening.
Departure station: Every train from Philadelphia to Wilmington departs from Philadelphia 30th Street Station which is located on Market Street, right in the heart of the city and a short walk from the Schuylkill River. 30th Street Station is the tenth busiest station in the United States and is housed in an elegant Art Deco building dating from the 1930s. The main concourse is as long as two football fields and its reinforced concrete roof was designed as a landing strip for light aircraft! The station is part of a transportation network that includes commuter and subway trains as well as local buses, taxis, and rideshare schemes. There are also car rental desks at the station. Among its amenities are parking lots, phone charging stations, WiFi, ATMs, left luggage storage, restrooms, a ticket office, and automated ticket machines as well as vending machines for snacks and drinks. Passengers with limited mobility can move around all areas of the station easily with step-free access to platforms and concourse facilities via ramps and adapted elevators. There are adapted restrooms, wheelchairs can be borrowed, and service animals are welcome. Further assistance can be requested if necessary.
Arrival station: The train from Philadelphia to Wilmington terminates at the town's station which carries the official title of Joseph R. Biden Jr. Wilmington Rail Station. This is also a hub for long-distance trains and both long-distance and local buses. The present station was built in 1907 and features a large concourse, part of which is under the tracks. This has an eye-catching interior that combines industrial elements with elegant decorative touches from the early 20th-century period. There is car parking at the station and among its other facilities are ATMs, restrooms, a ticket office, automated ticket machines, public payphones, WiFi, and vending machines selling a selection of drinks and snack food. There is also baggage storage and baggage assistance provided by the Red Cap team. The station is fully accessible to passengers with limited mobility with all areas including the waiting room, ticket office, and platforms have step-free access via a wheelchair lift. There are adapted restrooms and service animals are allowed in all areas of the station.
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