Buy Amtrak Ticket For Someone Else
In most circumstances, you must purchase a ticket before you board a train. On most Amtrak trains, only the full, undiscounted, unrestricted fare will be available for purchase onboard the train. This is regardless of reservations made or fares previously quoted by ticket agents, Amtrak.com or elsewhere. Higher fares usually apply when purchasing tickets onboard the train. To secure the best available fare, passengers should purchase tickets prior to boarding the train.
See what happens along the way with Amtrak Cascades! Let someone else do the driving. Enjoy a hot cup of coffee and a snack from the Bistro while you use the Wi-Fi and relax in roomy, comfortable seats. Check out our current schedule for times.
As the woman at the train station walked away to share her story with someone else, I smiled to myself, knowing that I did not roll my eyes at her account. Evidently, those actions would have indeed affected her, and I did not wish to be a source of her angst. See how it comes full circle?
Ive been riding amtrak for almost 40 years.lately the trains have been delayed as long as 10 hours.well i use a walker and cane to get around. I requested accessible seating but alas none i had to leave my bags and walker to the attendent..who then forgot to give it back.now i have no walker and they cant find it .the last stop was Miami where they are suppose to clean the train .my question would someone toss it away..who or what do i do..customer service has no relief and most of the service station you get a machine..please help
For issues with orders or delivery of cards purchased on Amtrak.com, call 1-833-883-3376 or email email@example.com between 8 a.m. and 8 p.m. EST, seven days a week. For issues with cards purchased elsewhere or for any issues with card activity, card balance or lost/stolen cards regardless of place of purchase, call 1-888-999-0016.
Bustang is accessible to persons with disabilities. Buses are equipped with wheelchair lifts or ramps that enable persons in wheelchairs or persons who cannot navigate steps to ride the bus. \n\n\n\nBuses have priority seating for seniors and persons with disabilities and designated wheelchair locations. \n\n\n\nOperators are trained to assist riders use lifts and ramps, secure wheelchairs, provide information on destinations served, and announce stops, including any stop you request. \n\n\n\nYou may travel with your respirator, concentrator, and portable oxygen. Public information is available in alternative accessible formats upon request. To request information in an alternative format, please call us at 800-900-3011 or click here to use our website \u201ccontact us\u201d form.\n"}},"@type":"Question","name":"Service and Comfort Animals","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer","text":"\nService animals are welcome on our buses and in our facilities. Please let the driver know you have a service animal and, if asked, what function the service animal is trained to provide you. The rules of behavior that apply to you also apply to your service animal, including suspension of service for violating the rules. Therefore, please keep your service animal under your control. Service animals are not allowed to occupy a seat or block the aisle.\n\n\n\nComfort animals that are mammals may accompany you if they are in a pet carrier for the entire duration of the trip. The animal may not be removed from the carrier while it is on the bus. The carrier must fit under the seat in front of the passenger, or on the passenger\u2019s lap. The carrier may not be placed on an adjacent seat, nor can it impede the space of an adjacent seat, or the aisle. In order for a carrier to fit underneath the seat, it must not exceed the following dimensions: 16\u201dx14\u201dx10\u201d.\n\n\n\nAnimals will not be stowed underneath the bus under any circumstances.\n","@type":"Question","name":"Is medical equipment allowed on buses for individuals with disabilities?","acceptedAnswer":"@type":"Answer