Detailed information for Amtrak’s station stop in Northampton, Massachusetts.
170 Pleasant St
Northampton, MA 01060
GPS Address | 100 Railroad Ave., Northampton, MA
• Platform with open shelter ♿
• No ticket office
• No restrooms
• Vermonter (Vermont – Northampton – New York – Washington)
Additional Amtrak service starting in mid-2019
• Greenfield – Northampton – Springfield – Hartford – New Haven
Free short-term parking is available at the station.
City of Northampton Garage [map]
85 Hampton Ave (a 5-10 minute walk from the station)
Local and Regional Bus Connections
The Pioneer Valley Transit Authority (PVTA) provides service within Northampton and the surrounding area.
Click on one of the links below to view the options for travel between the station and,
Note | these links 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.
Pioneer Valley Transit Authority
PVTA Northampton Routes
39 Smith/ Hampshire College
39E Smith/ Mount Holyoke College
R41 Northampton/ Easthampton/ HCC / Holyoke Mall
R42 Northampton/ Williamsburg
B43 Northampton/ Hadley/ Amherst
R44 Florence Heights via King St and Bridge Rd
B48 Northampton/ Holyoke via Route 5
Bike Share Service
ValleyBike Share’s dock at the Northampton station is located on the bike path, near Pleasant Street.
For further information visit the ValleyBike Share website.
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 Northampton
24 North King St
Hours | Mon-Fri 8 AM – 6 PM / Sat 9 AM – 1 PM
Enterprise will happily pick you up and drop you off.
Northampton, Ma. tourist information
Hampshire County tourist information
Pioneer Valley tourist information
“Northampton, Massachusetts | Could You Live Here?”
By Annie Graves | Yankee Magazine | January 2, 2018
The Deck — an outdoor food and beverage establishment — is located steps away from the boarding platform. It is open during the warmer months of the year.
The Union Station building is a former railroad station for city of Northampton. The property, which includes the building and parking lots, is now privately owned. The location is operated today as a bar, restaurant and banquet facility.
Hartford Line (Springfield – Hartford – New Haven)
Page last updated: January 13, 2019
Page last reviewed: August 9, 2018