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 2019 (October 2018 to September 2019). Ridership figures from 2015, 2016, 2017, and 2018 have been provided for comparative purposes. The rankings exclude Amtrak stations located in Canada. Ridership numbers are for Amtrak only—commuter rail, subway, and other modes are not included.

Rank Station City State Region Ridership
FY 2015[1] FY 2016[2] FY 2017[3] FY 2018 FY 2019[4] 2018–2019
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1 Penn Station New York City New York Mid-Atlantic 10,189,521 10,436,909 10,397,729 10,132,025[5] 10,811,323 Increase 6.70%
2 Washington Union Station Washington District of Columbia Mid-Atlantic 4,971,128 5,098,562 5,225,460 5,197,237[6] 5,207,223 Increase 0.19%
3 30th Street Station Philadelphia Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic 4,138,777 4,328,718 4,411,662 4,471,992[7] 4,503,055 Increase 0.69%
4 Chicago Union Station Chicago Illinois Midwest 3,295,630 3,247,117 3,388,051 3,388,307[8] 3,331,527 Decrease 1.68%
5 South Station Boston Massachusetts New England 1,544,169 1,574,450 1,567,627 1,553,953[9] 1,585,216 Increase 2.01
6 Union Station Los Angeles California Southwest 1,589,391 1,635,039 1,716,392 1,717,405[10] 1,413,006 Decrease 17.72%
7 Sacramento Valley Station Sacramento California Southwest 1,027,013 1,051,001 1,073,584 1,089,223[10] 1,100,550 Increase 1.04%
8 Penn Station Baltimore Maryland Mid-Atlantic 993,721 1,030,161 1,063,628 1,041,232[11] 1,043,542 Increase 0.22%
9 Albany–Rensselaer Rensselaer New York Mid-Atlantic 825,353 885,176 803,348 800,368[5] 806,960 Increase 0.82%
10 Union Station New Haven Connecticut New England 698,656 642,471 627,065 697,603[12] 778,534 Increase 11.60%
11 Providence Providence Rhode Island New England 690,752 717,537 745,703 766,492[13] 767,165 Increase 0.09%
12 BWI Rail Station Linthicum Maryland Mid-Atlantic 669,609 689,042 724,865 756,553[11] 751,228 Decrease 0.70%
13 Penn Station Newark New Jersey Mid-Atlantic 641,346 661,344 682,020 702,182[14] 731,146 Increase 4.12%
14 Boston Back Bay Boston Massachusetts New England 578,403 611,527 626,003 683,016[9] 720,147 Increase 5.44%
15 Wilmington Wilmington Delaware Mid-Atlantic 700,341 691,694 688,432 702,150[15] 705,259 Increase 0.44%
16 King Street Station Seattle Washington Pacific Northwest 604,832 649,491 667,475 686,426[16] 682,132 Decrease 0.63%
17 Santa Fe Depot San Diego California Southwest 773,497 777,352 777,961 699,430[10] 652,818 Decrease 6.66%
18 Milwaukee Intermodal Station Milwaukee Wisconsin Midwest 594,076 597,134 605,351 604,631[17] 639,713 Increase 5.80%
19 Emeryville Emeryville California Southwest 587,926 581,573 581,138 595,017[10] 585,849 Decrease 1.54%
20 Portland Union Station Portland Oregon Pacific Northwest 561,596 590,076 597,127 576,339[18] 585,344 Increase 1.56%
21 Lancaster Lancaster Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic 541,252 560,257 556,836 567,919[7] 577,305 Increase 1.65%
22 Harrisburg Transportation Center Harrisburg Pennsylvania Mid-Atlantic 508,685 508,624 504,192 512,642[7] 520,998 Increase 1.63%
23 Route 128 Westwood Massachusetts New England 444,670 450,301 448,784 446,221[9] 464,051 Increase 4.00%
24 North Station Boston Massachusetts New England 358,286 424,600 448,493 464,988[9] 459,032 Decrease 1.28%
25 Trenton Transit Center Trenton New Jersey Mid-Atlantic 412,267 433,918 435,900 434,478[14] 439,564 Increase 1.17%

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References[edit]

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  17. ^ "Amtrak Fact Sheet, Fiscal Year 2018, State of Wisconsin" (PDF). Amtrak. June 2019. Retrieved November 24, 2019.
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