They have 2 unattended parking lots right beside the train station.
I left my car there for 16 days when I took the train out to Fort Worth.
Car was fine NO PROBLEM!
Parking is well lit and station is open 24 hours.
There is plenty of free parking. Malak Gadol April 21, 2009
The Toledo Amtrak Station does offer long term parking for their customers. There are 70 long term parking spaces available. However, there is no parking lot attendant on duty.
There is free short-term and long-term parking in front of the Lincoln, IL Amtrak station.
Long term parking for the Amtrak Ann Arbor station is on the northwest side of the Broadway bridge. The Amtrak station is on one side of the tracks (south), the long term parking lot is on the other (north). To get to the parking lot, you have to drive over the bridge.
There is no long-term parking available on-site at the Liberty Avenue Station Building in Pittsburgh for Amtrak travelers. However, there are five short-term parking spaces and dedicated accessible parking. The Grant Street Transportation Center Garage is located adjacent to the Amtrak station, and offers long-term parking.
The Amtrak station in Portage, Wisconsin has six long-term parking spaces. Amtrak shares a parking lot with Canadian Pacific Railway. If the Amtrak spots are filled, you may park in the CPR spots at the west end of the lot. There is no parking attendant, so Amtrak suggests you call the Portage Police Department, and they will jot your plate number down in their dispatch notes.
Penn Station New York City.
Yes. There is an Amtrak parking structure across the street to the South. Both short and long term parking. Self parking. Machines take credit cards. I used it a couple of years ago and can't remember the rate but it wasn't too bad. Sort of like airport long term parking if I remember right.
Yes, they opened the new garage last year across the street from the Pennsylvanian above the Greyhound terminal.
About 8 hours. There are three trains a day between them.
Yes there is..call airport to find out
as long as you at-least have authorization from the station owner
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Yes, but be prepared to pay for it heavily. The station itself has a very small number of parallel spots, approximately 10-12, and finding one of those empty is a crapshoot at best. But, they are free and available for long term parking. Be careful, there is what appears to be a parking lot to the right of the station (if your back is to the masonic temple facing the station), but it is not public, it is city owned vehicle parking only, and that is enforced tightly. There is a public "kiss and ride" area across the street which is suitable for day parking, at a small charge, but overnight parking is not allowed (they will tow). Alternatively, there is the parking garage attached to the embassy suites hotel approx 0.2 miles away that is open 24/7, parking there costs as much as $20/day.
Ken's Parking Lot 73 Taylor St, Springfield, MA 01103 (413) 736-7349 $8 per day, closes at night 10:10pm everyday and opens next morning at 5:00am once again...operates around amtrak train arrivals. Springfield Parking Authority one block from the Amtrak station at 33 Taylor Street, Springfield, MA 01103 (413) 787-6118 $15.75 per day, token & automated door operated, 24 / 7 - collect token on arrival, park the car, come back, put token, pay money and take car back - anytime - day and night
Short answer. Yes. Long-term is first-come, first served and not well marked. I would not leave any vehicle in that lot, however. It is unsecure, unlit, gravel and filled with broken window glass as it is three blocks to the homeless shelter in Salt Lake. Leave your car at the Gateway shopping center, approximately five blocks to the Amtrak station, shop, dine and stroll through urban renewal in downtown Salt Lake City while waiting for your departure. For $7/day, you will receive monitored, underground, well-lit parking for your unmolested car.
Amtrak was founded in 1991.
about 3 hours 30 mins. up to 4 hours in traffic
The going rate for parking at the garage at Penn Station is a max of $12 per day. The monthly rate is $200 but there is a long waiting list. I have found private business offered outside parking within a couple of blocks of Penn Station around $125 monthly. There's also a 24/7 public parking garage across the street from Mt. Royal Station at The Fitzgerald. While not as close as the Penn Station garage, it has the same $12 max daily rate & it's monthly rate is only $130.
I emailed Amtrak Customer Service (back in March 2008) and this is what I got back. I would contact 203-946-8936 (as shown below) before you go to make sure that the information is current.Parking information is listed below.NHVNew Haven, ConnecticutParking- YesParking Attendant- YesParking Location- Next To StationParking Rates- $1.00 Per Hour- $8.00 Per Day- Maximum Monthly - $65.00New Haven Parking Authority Information203-946-8936Number Of Short-Term Parking Spaces - 600Number Of Long-Term Parking Spaces - 600Parking Security - YesParking Phone - 203-946-8930Other Info- On Weekdays The Garage Can Get Full By 9am.There Is A- Parking Garage Approx. 2 Blocks From Station With Shuttle- Bus Service From 3-10pm. For Info. Call 203-867-6323Sincerely,Amtrak Customer ServiceFuture Updates athttp://newyorkforum.us/index.php?showtopic=3899As of 1/6/09 the daily rate has gone up to $11 for every 24 hours.As of 6/21/10, I called and got the most recent rate....it is now $11 for up to 16 hrs and max at $13 for 24hrs
Amtrak offers passenger train travel between Vancouver and Seattle. This route is one of Amtrak's most popular. There is one round trip train each day. The Amtrak train departs Seattle at 7:45 AM from the Amtrak station at 303 S. Jackson Street and arrives in Vancouver at 11:40 AM at Vancouver's Pacific Central Station, 1150 Station Street. Amtrak departs Vancouver at 6:00 PM and arrives in Seattle at 9:55 PM. The fare is US$40 and up per person depending on the time of year.
Amtak by far! Bus takes too long and traffic sucks. Amtrak you will beat the traffic and you can move around on the cars of Amtrak. Also, if you want to spend the money, you can rent a bedroom on Amtrak.
From JFK, take the "Air Train" to Jamaica Station. There, you can catch the LIRR (Long Island Railroad) into Penn Station in Manhattan. From Penn Station, you can catch an Amtrak train upstate to Albany.
Galveston Island does not have Amtrak service. The best way to go is to take an Acela Express from Providence to New York Penn Station. At Penn Station, transfer to the Crescent to New Orleans. Drive from New Orleans to Galveston Island. From Providence to New Orleans will take 35 hours.
There is a CNG station at the sky harbor airport right by the east long term parking