How to get to Reno Airport by Train

Find Airport Transfers

Other Transfer Options

Reno Airport Train Transfers

Passengers arriving at Reno Airport have access to various ground transportation options. These options include buses, hotel shuttle services, taxis, ridesharing services, and rental automobiles.

Even though there are no rail stations near the airport, travelers can reach the Amtrak train station in Reno, Nevada, by traveling to 280 North Center Street.

Taking a taxi for less than twenty dollars is the most cost-effective and time-efficient option to travel from the Reno Airport to the Reno Amtrak Station.

But taking Bus Route 12, which costs $4.00, is the most cost-effective way to get from the Reno Airport to the Reno Amtrak station.

Reno Amtrak Station

Located in Reno, Nevada, the Reno station is an Amtrak intercity train station served by the California Zephyr train. Currently, it also receives service from Amtrak Thruway Motorcoach trips to Sacramento.

The city of Reno owns the station and the platform. The lines themselves are held by the Union Pacific Railroad. There is no parking lot associated with the station.

As they travel through the center of downtown Reno, the train lines are buried beneath the ground's surface.

The California Zephyr served the station, a train that traveled between Chicago and Emeryville, California, once daily (in the San Francisco Bay Area).

Passengers are heading to or from Reno to stop here frequently. They are traveling between Northern California and Reno.

Please visit this link: if you want additional information regarding the rates and timetable for the Reno Amtrak Station.