Greenfield station

Detailed information for Amtrak’s station stop in Greenfield, Massachusetts.

Amtrak station stop | Greenfield, Ma. | 2014

 

John W. Olver Transit Center
12 Olive St
Greenfield, MA 01301
413-774-2262

 

Amtrak Train Status | Greenfield

• Enclosed waiting room ♿ (Open 7 AM – 7 PM Mon-Fri)

• Platform with open shelter ♿

• No ticket office

• Restrooms ♿

• Amtrak station code | GFD

 

Amtrak Service
Vermonter (Vermont – Greenfield – New York – Washington)

 


Parking

Short-term parking

Free short-term parking is available at the transit center.

 

Long-term parking

Designated long-term parking for transit users is located in the Hope Street lot [map] — which is one block from the Olver Transit Center. (If you are using a GPS device enter 3 Prospect St, Greenfield, Ma.)

Parking is $5/day or $25/week and must be purchased in advance. To purchase a parking pass use one of these links:

Amtrak Parking Pass (1 or more days)

Amtrak 7-Day Parking Pass

Alternatively an Amtrak Parking Pass may be purchased at the Collector’s Office in Town Hall, 14 Court St, Greenfield.

 

Long term transit parking spaces in the Hope Street lot
3 Prospect Street, Greenfield, Ma. | January 2018

 


Connecting Services

Use this Google Maps link [Olver Transit Center] to check for public transit options to/from this station.

 

Franklin Regional Transit Agency (FRTA)
[schedule]

Routes
20 Greenlink Connector
21  Greenfield Community
22  BlueLink Connector
23  Sunderland/Greenfield
24 Crosstown Connector
31  Northampton/Greenfield
32  Orange/Greenfield
41  Charlemont/Greenfield

 

Taxi [listing]

 


Rental cars

Enterprise Rent-a-Car in Greenfield
136 River Street
Greenfield, MA
413-774-5092

Hours | Mon-Fri 8 AM – 6 PM / Sat 9 AM – 1 PM

Enterprise will happily pick you up and drop you off.

 


Visitor information

Greenfield, Ma. tourist information
visitgreenfieldma.com

Franklin County tourist information
franklincc.org/tourism-home

Pioneer Valley tourist information
valleyvisitor.com

FRCOG | 20 Years of Working for Franklin County and You
Franklin Regional Council of Governments (FRCOG)
A very nice story map for the region | 2017

 


See also

Amtrak travel options in the region

Infrastructure | Greenfield

 

 

Page last updated: January 31, 2018
Page last reviewed: January 21, 2018