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


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.


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.