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What train companies operate the route from Cleveland to New York City?

The primary operator of the shortest route from Cleveland to New York is Amtrak, with its Lake Shore Limited service.

What is the schedule for the train route from Cleveland to New York City?

Lake Shore Limited trains depart once per day at 5:50 AM.

What are the departure and arrival train stations for the route from Cleveland to New York City?

Trains depart from Cleveland Station and arrive in New York at Pennsylvania Station.

What distance is the train route from Cleveland to New York City?

The approximate distance traveled by train is around 600 miles.

How long does it take to travel from Cleveland to New York City by train?

The predicted time of travel is 12 hours 33 minutes.

What are the stops on the train route from Cleveland to New York City?

After leaving Cleveland, the train passes through Erie Station, Buffalo Station, Rochester Station, William F Walsh Regional Transportation Center, Utica Station, Schenectady Station, Albany-Rensselaer Station, Rhinecliff, Poughkeepsie Station, and Croton-on-Hudson Station. There are no transfers.

Why should you travel by train from Cleveland to New York City?

This train route is ideal for passengers who wish to leave their car in Cleveland, or for passengers who have no car and/or don’t want to pay the high price of an airline ticket.

What is there to see and do in New York City?


In New York City, visitors have a large number of attractions to choose from. These include Central Park, the Empire State Building, the Statue of Liberty, Chinatown, the many Manhattan shopping areas, Ellis Island, and the High Line. New York is noted for its representation of cultures from all around the world, so virtually any type of cuisine can be found in New York City.