Great American Stations Project
Minot, N.D. waiting room reopens to passengers
Renovation project addressed damage caused by 2011 Souris River flooding.
FY 2013 TIGER Grants Now Available
Applications accepted through June 3, 2013
U.S. DOT announces the availability of $474 million in FY 2013 TIGER Grants; high-speed and intercity passenger rail projects eligible for funding.
Portland, Ore., to Host the 10th Amtrak Civic Conversation
The next Civic Conversation will take place Wednesday, June 5th, 2013 in the "Rose City."
ADA Level Boarding Policy
FRA letter to Amtrak General Counsel clarifying issues around the definition of freight-only tracks in application of the new level boarding rule (PDF file)
AMTRAK REPORTS ON ACCESSIBILITY AND COMPLIANCE WITH ADA
Report to Congress on the Accessible Stations Development Program (December 26, 2012, PDF file)
PRIIA Section 219 Supplemental Evaluation Letter to Congress (May 11, 2012, PDF file)
All Amtrak stations must adhere to Code of Federal Regulations Title 49, Parts 37 and 38. Here’s everything you need to know.
Train stations have always been hubs of civic activity and a social focus point. Station renovations can bring jobs, economic revitalization and new attractions to your town. Click below to view a welcome message from Great American Stations or learn about the past and future of America’s great train stations in Discover Tomorrow.
SPOTLIGHT ON SUCCESS: HATTIESBURG, MS
This photo gallery of before and after shots shows the dramatic transformation of the Hattiesburg station.
A well-planned train station is one of the best investments a community can make as it seeks to expand its appeal for greater tourism and business opportunities. Whether used by tourists or local residents, well-planned train stations have proven to be fertile economic ground.
FUNDING AND GRANTS
Grant, Loan and Tax Credit Opportunities for Rail Station Development
Understanding the World of Funding Sources
PROTECTING AND PROMOTING RAIL STATIONS THROUGH HISTORIC DESIGNATION PROGRAMS
Registered users can download a copy of the Amtrak Graphics Signage Standards Manual or Station Planning Guidelines. »
We have 170 working stations that are also on the National Register of Historic Places »
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