This is your toolkit for promoting Rail Passenger's mission in your community. Download, link to and distribute these materials to spread the word about the importance of America's passenger trains!
[If you'd like hard copy membership brochures or newsletters to distribute, call 202-408-8362 or email us your request. Thank you for your support!]
Rail Passenger Association Videos
What Can You See From A Train Window - Introducing The New Rail Passengers Association Logo
Summer By Rail - 2018 - Follow Rail Passenger's 2018 Summer Intern Jacob Wallace As He Visits 19 Major & Minor League Ballparks, All By Train!
A Connected America - See Why Hollywood Star Dan Aykroyd Thinks Passenger Trains Matter
An Interview With NARP Founder Anthony Haswell - Recorded for NARP's 50th Anniversery Celebration
Summer By Rail - 2017 - Follow Rail Passenger's 2017 Summer Interns Cate Boyle & Victoria Principato On Their 21-Day Cross Country Rail Adventure
Summer By Rail - 2016 - Follow Rail Passenger's 2016 Summer Intern Elena Studier On Her 10,000 Mile, 38-Day, Cross Country Rail Journey
Rail Passenger Association Event Photo Albums
RailNation Chicago - November 2017 - All photos taken by Rail Passenger Association Vice-Chair Ken Briers
April 2017 Washington, DC Advococy Symposium & Congressional Reception - All photos taken by Rail Passenger Association Vice-Chair Ken Briers
Rail Passengers Association Membership Brochure
Calfornia High Speed Rail Infographic
Beautiful full color handout extolling the benefits of one the country's largest projects currently underway.
Dimensions: 8.5 x 11"
These posters illustrate the health, environmental, economic and connectivity benefits of trains.
Associate Member Sign-Up Sheets
Anyone can help NARP by recruiting new Associate Members. It's easy -- all you need is a name, email address, city & state, and zip code to sign someone up. Associate Members receive our e-newsletter and action alerts (but not discounts, unless they become a paying member).
Fill up one (or ten!) sign-up sheets and mail or scan and email them to NARP.