Oregon City station

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Oregon City, OR
Oregon City Amtrak station from train.JPG
The station soon after its opening in 2004
Location1757 Washington Street
Oregon City, OR 97045[1]
Coordinates45°21′58″N 122°35′46″W / 45.36611°N 122.59611°W / 45.36611; -122.59611Coordinates: 45°21′58″N 122°35′46″W / 45.36611°N 122.59611°W / 45.36611; -122.59611
Owned byCity of Oregon City
Line(s)Union Pacific Railroad
Platforms1 side platform
Parking50 long term spaces
Disabled accessWheelchair lift
Other information
Station codeAmtrak code: ORC
OpenedApril 16, 2004
Passengers (2016)14,858[2]Increase 13.6%
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Amtrak Cascades

Oregon City is an Amtrak station in Oregon City, Oregon, United States. The current station consists of a platform[3] and the city's historic Southern Pacific depot that was restored and returned to the site.[citation needed]

The station is served by Amtrak Cascades Talgo trains originally with two northbound departures in the morning and two southbound departures in the evening. Beginning January 6, 2014, schedules changed to one Portland-Eugene in the morning; one Portland-Eugene in the evening; one morning and one afternoon train each between Eugene and Portland. The Coast Starlight (Seattle – Los Angeles) passes through the station but does not stop.

Ridership at the Oregon City station was 9,165 in 2011. (By comparison, some 330,000 riders boarded and alighted TriMet's 16 daily WES commuter rail trains at the Beaverton Transit Center during the same period).[4]

The 7:24 Amtrak Cascades is a non-stop, 20-minute ride to Portland's Union Station—faster than any TriMet bus or light-rail route offered.[4]


  1. ^ http://www.amtrakcascades.com/oregon-city
  2. ^ "Amtrak Fact Sheet, FY2016, State of Oregon" (PDF). Amtrak. November 2016. Retrieved 11 December 2016.
  3. ^ "Oregon City, Oregon (ORC)". Trainweb.org. Retrieved 2008-02-01.
  4. ^ a b Joseph Rose (March 4, 2012). "Amtrak gaining popularity among commuters who ride between Portland, Oregon City, and Salem". The Oregonian.

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