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How to get to New Haven by train

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Trips per day219
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Stations2
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What is a good price for a train ticket to New Haven?

$4.82 is the cheapest price for a train ticket to New Haven, according to recent searches on Wanderu. You can use our search to check if this price is currently available on buses from your city to New Haven. In the last month, trains from Wallingford to New Haven had the lowest average price at $4.82.

Where is the train station in New Haven, CT?

The busiest train station in New Haven is Union Station. As New Haven's main station, it has the most trains coming and going. However, a popular alternative is State Street Station.

Lancaster

There are 16 scheduled trains per day from Lancaster to New Haven. The route can be as long as 198 miles, or 318 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 5 hours and 45 minutes. One train company, Amtrak, connects Lancaster to New Haven. Trains from Lancaster usually arrive in New Haven at Union Station.
Avg. Time
5h 45m
Avg. Price
$118.55

Baltimore

There are 16 scheduled trains per day from Baltimore to New Haven. The route can be as long as 239 miles, or 385 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 4 hours and 55 minutes. There are 4 train lines that operate on this route. Amtrak has the most daily trains. Trains from Baltimore usually arrive in New Haven at Union Station.
Avg. Time
4h 55m
Avg. Price
$118.29

Boston

There are 13 scheduled trains per day from Boston to New Haven. The route can be as long as 121 miles, or 195 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 2 hours and 19 minutes. There are 3 train lines that operate on this route. Amtrak has the most daily trains. Trains from Boston usually arrive in New Haven at Union Station.
Avg. Time
2h 19m
Avg. Price
$88.66

Newark

There are 12 scheduled trains per day from Newark to New Haven. The route can be as long as 76 miles, or 123 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 2 hours and 26 minutes. There are 4 train lines that operate on this route. Amtrak has the most daily trains. Trains from Newark usually arrive in New Haven at Union Station.
Avg. Time
2h 26m
Avg. Price
$62.87

New York

There are 9 scheduled trains per day from New York to New Haven. The route can be as long as 70 miles, or 113 kilometers. On average, the journey takes 1 hour and 45 minutes. There are 4 train lines that operate on this route. Amtrak has the most daily trains. Trains from New York usually arrive in New Haven at Union Station.
Avg. Time
1h 45m
Avg. Price
$62.49

Located in Connecticut, New Haven is accessible by train from 57 other cities. You can choose from 219 daily scheduled trips when you search for trains to New Haven on Wanderu. Amtrak Northeast Regional usually has the most trains on any given day.

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Train companies serving New Haven

Amtrak

There are 25 scheduled Amtrak trains per day. Amtrak can get you to New Haven from 112 cities, including Meriden.
Avg. Time
2h 30m
Avg. Price
$28.51

Amtrak Northeast Regional

There are 78 scheduled Amtrak Northeast Regional trains per day. Amtrak Northeast Regional can get you to New Haven from 38 cities, including New York.
Avg. Time
2h 51m
Avg. Price
$67.38

Amtrak Vermonter

There are 7 scheduled Amtrak Vermonter trains per day. Amtrak Vermonter can get you to New Haven from 10 cities, including New York.
Avg. Time
3h 46m
Avg. Price
$84.66

Amtrak Acela

There are 24 scheduled Amtrak Acela trains per day. Amtrak Acela can get you to New Haven from 9 cities, including Boston.
Avg. Time
2h 47m
Avg. Price
$174.17