Amtrak Cascades is sponsored by the states of Washington and Oregon.
Amtrak Cascades trains connect cities along the I-5 corridor and points north, including Vancouver, BC, Seattle, Portland, and Eugene, Oregon.
Daily round trip train service includes:
- Four daily round trips between Seattle and Portland; eight trains
- Two daily round trips between Seattle and Vancouver, BC, Canada; four trains
- Two daily round trips between Portland and Eugene; four trains
WSDOT invests in Amtrak Cascades
- Work is completed on $800 million in rail improvements resulting in faster, more reliable Amtrak Cascades service.
Amtrak Cascades is funded primarily by ticket revenues, with the balance of operating costs paid for the states of Washington and Oregon. For questions and comments regarding Washington and Oregon's involvement in intercity passenger rail and Amtrak Cascades, please contact WSDOT or ODOT.
WSDOT is responsible for Amtrak Cascades service in Washington and British Columbia:
ODOT is responsible for Amtrak Cascades service in Oregon:
Washington and Oregon strive to:
- Provide an efficient, safe and cost-effective alternative to highway and air travel.
- Support future growth and operate an efficient, high-quality intercity passenger rail service that helps minimize the need for state subsidies.
- Be sensitive to community and environmental impacts, and business costs.
- Integrate with local roadway, transit, bicycle and pedestrian transportation networks.
Amtrak Cascades is a registered service mark of the National Railroad Passenger Corporation.
All trains stop at all stations.