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Amtrak Cascades - Summary

Amtrak Cascades

Amtrak Cascades operates 16 passenger trains each day between Vancouver, British Columbia and Eugene, Oregon, providing a viable transportation option for travelers on the I-5 corridor and supporting the state’s long-term goal of providing a sustainable multimodal transportation system. Amtrak Cascades performance measures include annual passenger miles traveled, on-time performance, capacity utilization and ridership on the segments of the Amtrak Cascades system operating in Washington state (between Portland, OR and Vancouver, B.C.). To view details for each performance measures, scroll down and click on the tab in the bottom right corner of the screen.

Amtrak Cascades Performance Measures (Washington)

Source: WSDOT Rail, Freight and Ports Division.

Note: The names of several performance measures in this chart have been shortened for readability. “On-time” is short for “on-time performance”, “Utilization” is short for “Train Capacity Utilization” and “PMT” is short for “passenger miles traveled.”



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