New Raleigh Union Station Opening in July Tuesday, June 12, 2018

The N.C. Department of Transportation and City of Raleigh are pleased to announce that Raleigh Union Station is set to open in July. (Find out more about Raleigh Union Station.)

  • Raleigh Union Station, at 510 W. Martin St., will replace the existing Raleigh Amtrak station at 320 W. Cabarrus St.
  • The current Raleigh Amtrak station will close once Raleigh Union Station opens in July.
  • As construction wraps up late June, passengers should check their tickets and call 800-BY-TRAIN to ensure they go to the correct station.
  • Additional information will also be posted to this page as it becomes available.

To make the transition from the current station to Raleigh Union as smooth as possible, there are some things you need to know.


Current Station Address:
320 West Cabarrus St.
Raleigh, NC 27601

New Station Address:
(Effective in July; exact date TBD)
510 West Martin St.
Raleigh, NC 27601



All parking at Raleigh Union Station is paid. A parking deck is located across the street, while limited short-term and disability parking is available in front of the station.

Parking Deck

  • Parking spots are available across the street from Raleigh Union Station in a deck connected to a building called The Dillon.
  • The address to use for GPS is 223 S. West St.
  • When entering, take a ticket from the machine and then have it ready when exiting. There is no attendant on duty.
  • Parking costs $2 per hour or $18 maximum per day. (Pay by credit card only when exiting the parking deck)

Short-Term & Disability Parking

  • Limited short-term and disability parking is available at the station.
  • Enter from West Street and drive into the traffic circle. Parking spots are on the left.
  • There is a two-hour limit.
  • Parking costs $1.25 per hour. (Pay by credit card or coins at the meter).


Passenger Drop-Offs

  • Drop off passengers in front of Raleigh Union Station.
  • Enter from West Street and drive into the traffic circle.


More Information

For schedules, tickets or assistance, please visit or call 800-BY-TRAIN.


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