Virginia Association of Railway Patrons
Promoting rail service in Virginia and West Virginia
Amtrak rail passenger service operates in Virginia and West Virginia on seven routes:
- WashingtonRichmondNewport News, an extension of the Boston-Washington Northeast Corridor
- Washington-Norfolk, an extension of the Boston-Washington Northeast Corridor
- Washington-Richmond to Charlotte or Florida points, including the Auto-Train from its terminal in Lorton, Va.
- The Crescent route (WashingtonAtlantaNew Orleans)
- The Roanoke route (RoanokeNew YorkNew England)
- The Cardinal route (Washington-Charlottesville-Charleston-Huntington to Cincinnati and Chicago)
- The Capitol Limited route Washington-Martinsburg-Pittsburgh-Chicago)
Virginia Railway Express commuter service operates on two lines:
- Washington-Fredericksburg-Spotsylvania (part of the Washington-Richmond line)
- Washington-Manassas (part of the Crescent route)
One Maryland Rail Commuter (MARC) line extends into West Virginia:
- Washington-Martinsburg via Brunswick, Md.
Metro rail rapid transit operated by the Washington Metropolitan Area Transportation Authority serves Arlington, Alexandria, Fairfax County, and Washington, DC, as well as Maryland points.
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