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Bus or Train to Providence

Bus

The Providence bus terminal is located at 1 Kennedy Plaza, Providence, RI 02903.

If you are considering traveling to General Assembly (GA) by bus, you can use a service like Route Friend.com to find available routes on Greyhound, Megabus, Peter Pan, etc., including connections with Amtrak train service.

Amtrak

To book a reservation call Amtrak at (800) 872-7245 or contact your local travel agent.

The Providence, RI (PVD) Station, (100 Gaspee Street, 02903) serviced by Acela Express and the Northeast Regional route.

Acela Express (Boston—New Haven—New York—Philadelphia—Baltimore—Washington, DC)
Superior comfort, upscale amenities, polished professional service, at speeds up to 150 mph. Acela Express offers hourly service downtown to downtown during peak morning and afternoon rush hours between New York, Washington, DC, Baltimore, Philadelphia and other intermediate cities, as well as many convenient round-trips between New York and Boston. 

Northeast Regional (Boston—Providence / Springfield—Hartford—New York—Washington, DC—Lynchburg / Richmond—Petersburg—Norfolk / Newport News—Virginia Beach)
Northeast Regional trains offer a comfortable and enjoyable way to travel throughout the Northeast Corridor and points beyond.

Commuter Rail

Providence Station in Central Providence is also a terminus for one of the commuter rail lines operated by the Massachusetts Bay Transportation Authority (MBTA) in Greater Boston. Trips from Providence to downtown Boston's South Station are $10 (subject to change).

Boston-Providence-TF Green commuter rail schedule

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Last updated on Monday, March 10, 2014.

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