List of busiest Amtrak stations

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This is a list of the train stations with the highest Amtrak ridership the United States in the fiscal year 2013 (October 2012 to September 2013). The rankings exclude Amtrak stations located in Canada. Ridership numbers are for Amtrak only—commuter rail, subway, and other modes are not included.

Map of busiest stations, color-coded by ridership. Click for larger version.
Boston's South Station, built in 1899, is the north end of the Northeast Corridor
Lancaster station serves the Keystone Service and Pennsylvanian routes
Rank Station City State Ridership[1]
1 Penn Station New York City New York 9,556,424
2 Union Station Washington District of Columbia 5,033,392
3 30th Street Station Philadelphia Pennsylvania 4,125,503
4 Chicago Union Station Chicago Illinois 3,522,388
5 Union Station Los Angeles California 1,643,706
6 South Station Boston Massachusetts 1,434,148
7 Sacramento Station Sacramento California 1,132,750
8 Penn Station Baltimore Maryland 1,065,576
9 Albany–Rensselaer Rensselaer New York 764,898
10 Union Station New Haven Connecticut 745,530
11 Wilmington Station Wilmington Delaware 738,313
12 BWI Rail Station Linthicum Maryland 710,513
13 Union Station San Diego California 686,953
14 Providence Station Providence Rhode Island 660,267
15 Penn Station Newark New Jersey 656,822
16 Union Station Portland Oregon 652,455
17 King Street Station Seattle Washington 640,054
18 Milwaukee Intermodal Station Milwaukee Wisconsin 617,153
19 Emeryville Emeryville California 598,859
20 Lancaster Lancaster Pennsylvania 578,731
21 Harrisburg Transportation Center Harrisburg Pennsylvania 571,940
22 Bakersfield Bakersfield California 546,439
23 Back Bay Boston Massachusetts 540,770
24 North Station Boston Massachusetts 475,447
25 Martinez Martinez California 473,836

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References[edit]

  1. ^ "National Fact Sheet: FY 2013". Amtrak. January 2014. Retrieved March 16, 2014.