Book Train Tickets with Busbud
Whether it is for short commutes or long journeys, Train has always been considered as a popular choice based on travelers’ convenience and comfort. Travelers can now search routes, check fares and book train tickets for thousands of routes and multiple service providers with Busbud.
Types of trains
Long-Distance Passenger Rail Service - These trains typically connect long-distance cities, states, and even connect countries.
Commuter Trains - These trains normally service passengers during workdays and during commute connecting central cities and their suburbs.
Intercity Passenger Rail - Commonly known as Amtrak's intercity passenger train and service passengers between 2 cities
Amtrak (America Track) - Supported by The National Railroad Passenger Corporation is a government-owned corporation and it provides intercity passenger train service in the United States
Light Rail - These are generally light rail trains that service passengers within a city and its suburbs. Light Rail trains operate on separate tracks and are subject to the number of passengers they can carry rather than weight capacity.
Tram - commonly known as streetcar or trolley car, operates between cities and/or towns and follows tracks in streets. It is a convenient way to move around and is lighter and shorter than traditional trains.
Popular train companies around the US
Before booking your train tickets, it is important to check the travel restrictions that are in place. Due to the pandemic, restrictions can vary from city to city, state to state, or countries level.
Authorities are putting strict safety protocols for train commuters in place to prevent the widespread of COVID-19 and its variants.
Here is a list of things you need to know before you travel:
It is advisable to only travel once you are fully vaccinated
COVID-19 restrictions vary from state to state, city by city, or even local areas. Check with the authorities before traveling as restrictions may be placed.
To keep everyone safe, it is compulsory for everyone to wear a mask that covers their nose and mouth in most indoor areas of public transportation service areas.
Travel should be avoided if you are sick, have been tested positive to COVID-19, or have been exposed to anyone who has been infected with COVID-19.
Should the urgency to travel arises and you are not fully vaccinated, it is strongly recommended to get tested before and after the trip.