Rail Passengers Day on the Hill 2021
On the week of April 19th, 2021 Rail Passengers members from all across the nation will engage in a virtual Rail Passengers' Day on the Hill to fight for more and better passenger trains in the U.S.
This page is our one-stop advocacy resource for passengers looking to help us build a better passenger rail and transit system in America.
Step 1: Register
We have officially opened registration for the 2021 Rail Passengers Virtual Day on the Hill taking place on Sunday, April 18th through Tuesday, April 20th. We’re working to arrange an exciting program of guest speakers and practical sessions to help you make the most of your virtual meetings with congressional leaders and staff. Join us to make sure you have the tools and latest information as you advocate for "A Connected America" with your elected officials on the Hill during our second annual National Day of Action!
Step 2: Schedule Your Meetings
We've provided an easy "How To" guide to help walk you through the process of setting up a meeting for our national Rail Passengers Day on the Hill, tailored to accommodate the virtual meetings required by social distancing.
Step 3: Get Informed
We will be asking advocates to share our Surface Transportation Reauthorization Principles (updated to March 2021), which outlines our vision for passenger rail in the U.S.
Simply go to RailPassengers.org/Leg.Resources for all the important talking points and documents to share with your elected officials.
"I wish to extend my appreciation to members of the Rail Passengers Association for their steadfast advocacy to protect not only the Southwest Chief, but all rail transportation which plays such an important role in our economy and local communities. I look forward to continuing this close partnership, both with America’s rail passengers and our bipartisan group of senators, to ensure a bright future for the Southwest Chief route."
Senator Jerry Moran (R-KS)
April 2, 2019, on receiving the Association's Golden Spike Award for his work to protect the Southwest Chief