|Distance||86 miles (138 km)|
|Average train duration||1 h 44 min|
|Average train ticket price||$29 (€24)|
|Train frequency||12 a day|
|Direct train||Yes, there are 12 direct trains a day|
Trains from Providence to New Haven, CT cover the 86 miles (138 km) long trip taking on average 1 h 44 min with our travel partners like Amtrak. Normally, there are 12 trains operating per day, including direct services available. While the average ticket price for this trip costs around $29 (€24), you can find the cheapest train ticket for as low as $29 (€24).
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Located at the mouth of the Providence River, Providence is one of the oldest cities in America and the most populous in Rhode Island. The eastern seaboard city has the eighth highest number of commuters, which makes it a busy transit point. Commuters leaving by train from Providence to New Haven will be leaving this historic city with its imposing downtown Federal and Victorian architectural styles to the second largest city in Connecticut. Trains from Providence to New Haven cover an approximate distance of 86 miles (138 kilometers). There are more than 20 daily trains from Providence to New Haven on any day allowing travelers to choose one that suits their travel plans.
Amtrak and its subsidiaries are the train companies that operate the trains from Providence to New Haven. The Amtrak subsidiaries include Amtrak Acela and Amtrak Northeast Regional. Amtrak offers approximately four trains from Providence to New York each weekday and three on weekends. Amtrak Acela operates seven trains between the two cities on weekdays and approximately five on weekends. The Northeast Regional train from Providence to New Haven travels nine times each day on weekdays and around 11 times on weekends, which makes it the most frequent train from Providence to New York. Each of the subsidiaries has some express trains that travel nonstop. Between them, Amtrak Acela has more amenities and is more luxurious.
The approximate travel time for a train from Providence to New Haven is about 1 hour and 23 minutes for the express trains. Regular Amtrak trains take just over 2 hours; Amtrak Acela travels in a little under an hour and a half, while Amtrak Northeast Regional takes just under 2 hours. Among the standard amenities in all the trains include free WiFi, restrooms, and reclining seats with spacious legroom for travelers on the train to stretch out. All trains have power outlets and air conditioning. For passengers on the Amtrak loyalty program, each train ride earns them points that are redeemable for a ticket to any destination. On top of these amenities, the luxe Amtrak Acela offers meals and beverages.
On a typical day, there are approximately 21 daily Providence to New Haven trains. Of these, Amtrak Northeast Regional operates the most trains on the route with a daily average of around nine trains. 17 out of the 21 daily rides by train from Providence to New Haven travel directly. Typically, the direct schedules are faster and are best for business travelers and other commuters who want to get to their destination in the shortest time possible. The first train from Providence leaves at around 5:00 a.m. with the last train departing at around 10:00 p.m. Thursdays are the busiest for travelers on this route while Sundays have the least travelers. Weekly, the approximate number of trains to New Haven from Providence is over 100.
Departure station: Trains leaving Providence for New Haven start their journey at Amtrak/MTBA station or Seastreak Ferry terminal. The Amtrak/MTBA Station features a shallow hovering dome that covers the waiting area. The station has amenities including an elevator to ease access, ATMs, payphones, wheelchair-accessible restrooms, a ticket office, WiFi, and vending machines. There are also Quik-Trak kiosks. Amtrak recommends that passengers with baggage to check arrive 45 minutes before their departure time and 30 minutes for passengers without baggage to check in and do not need assistance. The station is accessible by taxi, subway, or foot from the city center as it is under a mile away.
Arrival station: In New Haven, trains arrive at State Street station located at 259 State Street in New Haven; and Union Station which is located at 50 Union Avenue in New Haven. Street Station is located a couple of blocks east of the New Haven Green and the Yale University Campus. The station has covered dual platforms that are connected to the main entrance on State Street by a covered pedestrian walkway. CT transit New Haven buses serve the rail station with other bus connections from the station available at the New Haven Green. This station is mostly used by Amtrak customers who wish to board the Acela or the Northeast Regional. On the other hand, the intermodal Union Station is one of the busiest stations in the Amtrak national network. The station is a hub for intercity and local buses, taxis, and rental car desks.
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