Detailed information for Amtrak’s station stop in Greenfield, Massachusetts.
John W. Olver Transit Center
12 Olive St
Greenfield, MA 01301
• Enclosed waiting room ♿ (Open 7 AM – 7 PM Mon-Fri)
• Platform with open shelter ♿
• No ticket office
• Restrooms ♿
• Vermonter (Vermont – Greenfield – New York – Washington)
Additional Amtrak service starting in mid-2019
• Greenfield – Springfield – Hartford – New Haven
Free short-term parking is available at the transit center.
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:
Alternatively an Amtrak Parking Pass may be purchased at the Collector’s Office in Town Hall, 14 Court St, Greenfield.
Local and Regional Bus Connections
Click on the link below to view the options for travel to (and from) the transit center.
Olver Transit Center | Google Maps
Note | this link will take you to the transit information on Google Maps. You will need to select the appropriate departure time/date on the site. You may also wish to change the starting point or destination.
Franklin Regional Transit Agency (FRTA)
20 Greenlink Connector
21 Greenfield Community
22 BlueLink Connector
23 Sunderland/ Greenfield
24 Crosstown Connector
31 Northampton/ Greenfield
32 Orange/ Greenfield
41 Charlemont/ Greenfield
Intercity Bus Connections
Greyhound Lines [schedule]
• Greenfield – Brattleboro – White River Junction
• Greenfield – Northampton – Springfield
Taxi and Rideshare Services
A listing of services can be found on the link below.
Taxi and Rideshare Services | Trains In The Valley
Enterprise Rent-a-Car in Greenfield
136 River Street
Hours | Mon-Fri 8 AM – 6 PM / Sat 9 AM – 1 PM
Enterprise will happily pick you up and drop you off.
Greenfield, Ma. tourist information
Franklin County tourist information
Pioneer Valley tourist information
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
Hartford Line (Springfield – Hartford – New Haven)
Page last updated: October 9, 2018
Page last reviewed: August 9, 2018