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Trains

Trains

Commuter Resource Rhode Island Program Booklet

Trains are a fun way to get around! There are so many places to hop on, it’s easy to get where you’re going, all while you enjoy a little time to relax, read a book or even take a nap. The train will get you there in no time. You can even enjoy a tax benefit!

Amtrak

Amtrak operates more than 300 trains every day on 21,300 miles of track that connects over 500 destinations in 46 states.

InterLink:

This transportation hub is located in Warwick and is directly connected to T.F. Green Airport. It makes travel easier by connecting planes, trains, cars and buses.

Kingston Station:

Part Amtrak station waiting room, part railway museum; Kingston Station has 9 daily Northeast Regional trains running in each direction. Kingston Station is a stop for commuter service to Providence and Boston as an extension of the MBTA Commuter Rail Providence/Stoughton Line.

MBTA:

Massachusetts Bay Transit Authority encompasses commuter rail, subway, bus and boat services.

T.F. Green:

T.F. Green airport serves MBTA commuter trains traveling between Southern RI, Warwick, Providence and Boston.

Wickford Junction:

Located in North Kingstown, Wickford Junction is a comfortable place to catch a train. It has a 250-seat community pavilion and is close to tourist hot spots like Wickford Village, Newport and beaches.

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