People tend to check in during these times:
Definitely make sure you stay outside to not miss your bus as employees at the station to do not page overhead when buses are in the bay! You may end up missing your bus! Even during heavy rainfall!
Cool old building, but questionable people hanging around.
All of the Michigan trains have Wi-Fi now, and you can bring your bike on the Blue Water.
Welcome to Kalamazoo! This historic building was built in 1887 as the Michigan Central Railroad depot. It serves as the station for train service & both local & national bus services.
Catch Amtrak train, Indiana Trails, Greyhound Bus and Metro Transit public transportation all @one stop. Taxi Cabs are Expensive. You're better off using Metro Transit round trip 1.50. ~Happy Travels
Cute little station with clean restrooms!
Easiest way to go from Kalamazoo to Chicago. 25 dollars (cheaper than gas) and 2:15 (faster) with no traffic.
Layover between trains or buses? It's just a quick walk to the Bell's Beer tap room & store! Best beer. Ever!!
Amtrak Wolverine route to Chicago - no wi-fi on the train.
Trains are usually late, so keep checking the status..and don't rush! :)
Beautiful station, halfway between Detroit and Chicago.
Buses don't run on Sundays so schedule a cab pickup.
Homeland security is here often
They don't give.urn.ticket when the train is here! Get here early!!
Toilets are gross
If you're on the Lovell bus stressing out because you think you're about to miss your train, calm down. The trains never leave on time.
Sharon at the Amtrak ticket station is not very friendly. She talks to you like you're stupid. I think she needs to retire.
Trains r fun but beware, the train workers are mean!!! Lots of people like to sleep and I don't care what they want.
The train to Chicago is ALWAYS late.
Ticket kiosk doesn't scan the barcode from your phone. Either print out the email receipt or plan to speak with the ticket agent.
Lots of fights and beggars around these parts
Amtrak is the best way to travel east or west from Kalamazoo!
The older lady with glasses & short curly hair is extremely rude & I've seen her slam the window infront of people's faces & yell at them. Not sure how she still works there.
Can be a bit scary at night. A few people have died there.
2.5 hours non-stop now from here to Chicago on the Amtrak Wolverine route, travelling from Ann Arbor toward Chicago