Informing the public about rail as an integral part of Washington state's transportation solutions.

All Aboard Washington

For a Connected Northwest

Join Us for the 2021 East-West Train Trek

August 12-22

What are your transportation needs and priorities? We want to hear from you! All Aboard Washington will travel across the state (in-person and electronically) to participate in informal discussions of how new and improved train service can make a difference in your community. Invite your neighbors, elected officials and business leaders!

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Economy, Environment, Equity

Our Top Priorities


Intercity passenger trains help strengthen local economies across the Northwest.

Trains and the Economy


Intercity passenger trains provide low-emissions regional transportation.

Trains and the Environment


Intercity passenger trains connect communities small and large.

Trains and Equity

East-West Passenger Rail

Restore daytime passenger train service between Seattle and Spokane via Stampede Pass, serving the Yakima and Kittitas Valleys.

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Press and Media Coverage

AAWA publicizes the need for improved passenger rail service.

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Upcoming Events

All Aboard Washington looks forward to hosting in-person events when it is safe to do so. We plan to continue offering electronic options.


Support AAWA

We need your help to improve passenger rail in the Northwest. Join or donate to All Aboard Washington today!

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Our Policy Positions

All Aboard Washington has developed a series of policy positions describing the goals of the organization.

AAWA's Policy Positions

All Aboard Washington is a 501(c)(3) nonprofit passenger rail advocacy organization. We champion safe, reliable, frequent, competitive, and convenient passenger rail services that meet the needs of all Washingtonians. We are especially active supporters of intercity passenger rail service and intermodal connections to local transit.