Rhode Island is a state which is surrounded by Connecticut and Masachussets. Roger Williams was a pilgrim and a minister who is the founder of the Rhode Island. Rhode Island is not completely an island. There are four islands in Narragansett Bay which are part of Rhode Island.
Rhode Island’s train service first began in 1835.
This train provides constant service from Boston, Washington, DC, MA and Newport News, VA. This train provides services from Virginia, the district of Colombia, Maryland, Delaware, New York, Pennsylvania, New Jersey, Rhode Island, Connecticut and Massachusetts.
This train provides services from Boston, Massachusetts and Washington, DC.
This train also provides all the services that other two trains provide.
This is the only train which serves four course dining onboard which you can enjoy. Polar express trains start running after Thanksgiving. This train provides meticulously restored vintage 1940’s Budd dining cars over a 22 mile 2 ½ hr journey along the beautiful scenic view of Narragansett Bay. Lunch packages are also provided by this train.
This ride gives the thrill and recalls the memory of forgotten era aboard the old colony and Newport railway.
Rhode Island airport has recently renovated and has all the amenities which make the travelling easy. The Rhode Island airport is a two-level terminal airport with less traffic and reasonable fares. Green Airport is one airport which provides convenience to the arriving and leaving passengers.
The passengers who arrive in Boston or New York can easily drive to Rhode Island trough interstate route 95, a main highway which passes through Maine to Florida along the East Coast.
Most of the Rhode Island Transportation passes through Interstate 95 and 195 which offers to major cities Westerly to Providence.
Rhode Island highways are very scenic; you won’t feel to stop driving.
Rhode Island Airport has many car rental facilities for the passengers who love to drive and explore the beauty of scenic Rhode Island. These are open for year long, seven days a week.
In summer it is recommended to reserve or book the cars for holidays and weekends, since it is crowded.
|City Served||FAA||IATA||ICAO||Airport Name|
|Commercial Service - Primary Airports|
|Providence / Warwick||PVD||PVD||KPVD||Theodore Francis Green State Airport|
|Commercial Service - Non-Primary Airports|
|Block Island||BID||BID||KBID||Block Island State Airport|
|Westerly||WST||WST||KWST||Westerly State Airport|
|North Kingstown||OQU||KOQU||Quonset State Airport|
|Pawtucket||SFZ||SFZ||KSFZ||North Central State Airport|
|General Aviation Airports|
|Newport||UUU||NPT||KUUU||Newport State Airport|
|Other Public-Use Airports (not listed in NPIAS)|
|West Kingston||08R||Richmond Airport|
|Notable Former Airports|
|Charlestown||NAAS Charlestown (closed)|
|Quonset Point||NAS Quonset Point (closed 1974)|