Rail Passengers Travel Review
Feedback on your recent Amtrak travel experience is very important to us. This Travel Review will take, on average, less than 10 minutes. Results will be collected, summarized and provided to Amtrak.
Please do not start this Travel Review unless you have already completed your trip. It is important that you be able to report back on all completed aspects of your travel experience.
If you travel more than one route to reach your final destination, please fill out a separate Travel Review for each segment of your trip. The Travel Review must be completed in one sitting.
You may also utilize this QR code.
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The Rail Passengers Association (formerly NARP) is the only organization that acts as a voice for train passengers—particularly Amtrak customers, but also commuter rail and rail transit riders—on Capitol Hill, before the US Department of Transportation, and before Amtrak management. It is our network of grassroots supporters, and affiliated state-level passengers’ organizations in nearly all continental states, that has allowed the voice of travelers clamoring for more service to be translated into nationwide successes.
Take a look at our recent Newsletter to see what we have been up to. We need the support of passengers like you to continue to build on our success. Please consider joining or renewing your membership as an individual, family or organization. Already a member? Please consider making a donation or giving a membership to a friend or family member.
"The National Association of Railroad Passengers has done yeoman work over the years and in fact if it weren’t for NARP, I'd be surprised if Amtrak were still in possession of as a large a network as they have. So they've done good work, they're very good on the factual case."
Robert Gallamore, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University and former Federal Railroad Administration official, Director of Transportation Center at Northwestern University
November 17, 2005, on The Leonard Lopate Show (with guest host Chris Bannon), WNYC New York.