Can You Take the Amtrak to New York City?


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New York City has an Amtrak station called Penn Station, which is located near the corner of 8th Avenue and West 31st Street in Manhattan. There are fourteen routes that include this station.

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The fourteen routes that include Penn Station are the Pennsylvanian, the Keystone, the Empire Service, the Northeast Regional, the Vermonter, the Cardinal/Hoosier State, the Ethan Allen Express, the Maple Leaf, the Carolinian/Piedmont, the Adirondack, the Acela Express, the Lake Shore Limited, the Crescent, and the Silver Service/Palmetto. Amtrak routes into Penn Station originate in Pennsylvania, New York, Massachusetts, Vermont, Washington, DC, Illinois, Florida, South Carolina, Louisiana and Canada.

The station is open 24 hours a day and has short- and long-term parking, among other amenities.

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