The distance between New York and Michigan City is approximately 673.22 miles, or 1083.16 kilometers. The average travel time for a train between these two cities is around 23 hours and 18 minutes, although the absolute fastest you could get there is 22 hours and 18 minutes.
Looking for ways to pass the time? Most trains are equipped with Wi-Fi, which means you can stream music, browse social media or get some work done during your ride. That said, in case your train has a spotty signal, or is among the few without Wi-Fi, we also recommend downloading TV shows and movies to your mobile device in advance of your trip. That way the ride will fly by whatever the Wi-Fi situation.
Typically there is one train schedule per day. One train carrier operates regular service on the New York to Michigan City route. Amtrak offers the most scheduled departures between New York to Michigan City, usually offering one departure per day. On this route there are no direct schedules. This means that along your journey from New York to Michigan City, you will need to disembark from the first train and board a connecting train. Depending on the carrier's policy, you may be responsible for transferring your own checked luggage, but you will definitely need to bring your hand luggage.
Are you not set on traveling by train? Take a look at Coach tickets from New York to Michigan City, which start at £75.90.
Amtrak train tickets from New York to Michigan City start from £73.96, and on average cost £102.65. Daily there are 1 Amtrak schedules to Michigan City. Amtrak in New York leaves from Penn Station, And in Michigan City trains arrive at 100 Washington St,
From New York to Michigan City train travel on Amtrak takes 23 hours and 19 minutes. If you are looking to get to Michigan City faster, Amtrak offers more express schedule options with a travel time of 22 hours and 18 minutes.
If you are looking to travel to Michigan City on a weekend there is typically one Amtrak scheduled trip per day, which will cost £115.60 for a one-way weekend reservation from New York.