You don't have to take a printout now, imagine that! But seriously, we're happy to use Amtrak app to check in.
Amtrak Monday announced it’s launching its eTicket program to all trains within its national network including on the Northeast Corridor, state-supported routes and long-distance services. eTickets provide passengers with the convenience to skip the line at the ticket window and go straight to the gate by printing their tickets whenever, wherever or by using a smartphone to present the eTicket to the conductor.
Amtrak piloted eTickets on five routes before today’s national rollout.
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