Ticket to Ride Achievement List Revealed – Now Available in Xbox Game Pass PC and Console

By Sam Quirke,
We have just picked up the Ticket to Ride Achievement list for Xbox One and Windows 10. The digitized version of the classic tabletop game is now available in Xbox Game Pass on console as well as Xbox Game Pass for PC.

There are 20 achievements worth a total of 1,000 Gamerscore, none of which are secret. Luckily, it looks like all of the achievements are available in Solo mode even though the game has a substantial multiplayer component.

Ticket to Ride Achievements

Name Description Gamerscore
Pressure Gauge 80 Score 80+. (Solo) 25
Pressure Gauge 120 Score 120+. (Solo) 50
Pressure Gauge 160 Score 160+. (Solo) 50
Pressure Gauge 200 Score 200+. (Solo) 50
Pressure Gauge 240 Score 240+. (Solo) 100
3 Punched Tickets 3 completed. (USA map and Solo) 25
6 Punched Tickets 6 completed. (USA map and Solo) 25
9 Punched Tickets 9 completed. (USA map and Solo) 50
12 Punched Tickets 12 completed. (USA map and Solo) 50
15 Punched Tickets 15 completed. (USA map and Solo) 50
Hobo Win without completing any tickets. (USA map and Solo) 50
Trestle Win using no 1 or 2-space routes. (USA map and Solo) 50
Hand Car Win without using any locomotives. (USA map and Solo) 25
Transcontinental Win with a continuous route of 45 trains. (USA map and Solo) 50
Coal Tender Win while claiming all black routes. (USA map and Solo) 100
Economy Class Win without having more than 10 train cards in hand at any time. (USA map and Solo) 25
Poker Player Win while claiming all "5" routes. (USA map and Solo) 50
Old Movies Win while only claiming grey routes. (USA map and Solo) 100
4 x Vanderbot Win while playing against 4 Vanderbot Jr. (USA map and Solo) 50
Dynamite Joe Win without your opponent(s) having completed any of their tickets. (USA map and Solo) 25
Ticket to Ride has shipped on Xbox One and Windows 10 with a whole bunch of DLC available to purchase. If you are interested in expanding your railway empire worldwide, you might want to consider the First Class pack which bundles "all maps" (nine in total) and some new mechanics. The Pack introduces a Stock Shares system, new technology, tunnels, ferries and more. New maps included in the First Class Pack include:

  • Pennsylvania
  • USA 1910
  • Switzerland
  • Germany
  • Europe
  • France
  • Legendary Asia
  • India
  • United Kingdom
Ticket to Ride - First Class Pack
Ticket to Ride - First Class Pack

Discover Ticket to Ride First Class Pack, an expansion bundle for Ticket to Ride including all maps, and face new challenges with your friends!



Update: It looks like the DLC packs will have some sort of achievement list, though at the time of writing we're a little confused by the organisation. There's a single list for the DLC, yet the requirements for each achievement relate to different DLC packs. In fact, some of them seem to require specific combinations of DLC ownership. If you really want to get the 100% it seems as though getting the First Class Pack is the best bet, though it might be worth waiting until this list is sorted out. There's 48 achievements in this mysterious pack, for 730 gamerscore. None of them are secret:

Name Description Gamerscore
The Atlantic Wall Win claiming all the routes connecting the English Channel and Atlantic Ocean cities. (Solo) 25
European Union Win while connecting all countries, except Switzerland. (Solo) 25
1, 2, 3! Win while claiming only routes of length 1, 2 or 3. (Solo) 5
Impressionism Build each of the 8 tracks of length 5 in a different color. (Solo) 15
The Hundred Days Win retracing Napoleon’s exile to Elba. Connect Corsica, Nice, Grenoble, Lyon and Paris. (Solo) 5
Blue, white and Red Build three routes between Marseille and Paris in the color of the French flag. (Solo) 15
Urban Traveller Win while connecting all 7 Big Cities (in Big Cities variant). (Solo) 15
First Tracks Win with your 5 initial tickets and no others (in Mega variant). (Solo) 5
Modest Entrepreneur Win without any of the 2 bonuses (in Mega variant). (Solo) 15
Pressure Gauge 300 Score 300+ (in Mega variant). (Solo) 15
Pressure Gauge 400 Score 400+ (in Mega variant). (Solo) 25
Mountain Hermit Win while only claiming Mountain routes. (Solo) 15
Marco Polo Win with the Asian Explorer Bonus connecting 22 Cities. (Solo) 25
Double Trouble Win while only claiming Double-routes. (Solo) 15
Faster Than a Mongolian Horse Win in 24 turns or less. (Solo) 15
Alphorn Player Win without completing any Country-to-country or City-to-Country Ticket. (Solo) 5
Chocolate Exporter Win while connecting all 4 surrounding Countries. (Solo) 15
Valley Commuter Win without claiming any Tunnel route. (Solo) 25
Ticket Puncher Win with the deck of Destination Tickets empty at game end. (Solo) 15
Lake Express Win connecting the great Swiss Lakes: Geneve or Lausanne, Neuchatel, Interlaken, Zurich, etc. (Solo) 15
Fakir Win without any Mandala Bonus. (Solo) 15
Hand of Kali Win while preventing all opponent(s) from scoring any Mandala Bonus. (Solo) 15
Mandala Maharaja Win with the 5 Mandalas Bonus. (Solo) 25
British Raj Tour Win while connecting Delhi, Calcutta, Madras and Bombay in a single Mandala. (Solo) 15
Santa Express Win with the Murmansk/Lieksa road. (Solo) 15
Arctic Circle Win connecting 7 cities north of the Arctic Circle: Narvik, Kiruna, Rovaniemi, Tromso, etc. (Solo) 15
The Pole Express Connect Arhus to Honningsvag with 24 trains and win the game. (Solo) 15
Land Lines Win without using any ferries. (Solo) 25
Finger in Every Pie Win with at least one action of each company. (Solo) 25
Three of a Kind Win with shares in: Erie Lackawanna Railway, B-O Railroad, Pennsylvania Railroad. (Solo) 15
Stranger Win without any action from Pennsylvania Railroad (2 players only). (Solo) 15
Early Bird Win with at least three #1 actions. (Solo) 15
Intercities Win while only completing short Destination Tickets. (Solo) 15
Das Rheingold Win connecting cities of the Rhine in 15 turns: Freiburg, Karlsruhe, Mainz etc. (Solo) 15
Berlin Traveller Win while connecting Berlin to the 5 surrounding countries. (Solo) 25
Mega Commuter Win while only completing long Destination Tickets. (Solo) 15
London Calling Win a game while claiming all routes to London. (Solo) 15
Business Angel Win a game while buying the Boiler Lagging technology before claiming your first route. (Solo only) 5
Titanic Win a game having the Southampton-New-York route without buying the Propellers technology. (Solo) 5
I Love Ginger Win a game while connecting only cities from Ireland and Scotland. (Solo) 15
France - Wales Win a game while connecting France to Wales (any cities). (Solo) 5
She's got a Ticket to Ride Win a game while connecting Liverpool, London and New-York in that order. (Solo) 25
In Diagonal we Trust Win while connecting Cadiz to Petrograd or Edinburgh to Erzurum. (Solo) 5
Sunny Mediterranean Win while connecting Cadiz, Barcelona, Marseille, Roma and Palermo. (Solo) 5
The Mole Win while using at least 23 train cars in tunnels. (Solo) 15
Orient Express Win connecting London, Paris, München, Wien, Budapest, Bucuresti and Constantinople. (Solo) 15
Romanov Train Win connecting 11 Russian Imperial cities: Petrograd, Riga, Wilno, Warszawa, Smolensk, etc. (Solo) 5
Baltic Explorer Win with a 45 trains Long Route going through the 8-spaces Tunnel. (Solo) 25
There's also one additional map set which appears to be free to all, maybe because it has a festive spirit. Nordic Countries takes players across northern and Scandinavian Europe where they will face tough new game rules – such as one route that requires 9 train cars to own, the longest Ticket to Ride train so far.

Ticket to Ride - Nordic Countries
Ticket to Ride - Nordic Countries

A new challenging map will make you cross European Nordic Countries. From Copenhagen in Denmark to Helsinki in Finland, discover the snowy landscape by crossing Norway and Sweden.This map promises high tension games and fierce battles to be the first to own the routes essential to your strategy.



Ticket to Ride is available now on Xbox Game Pass for console and Xbox Game Pass for PC.
Sam Quirke
Written by Sam Quirke
Sam has been a Newshound since 2016 and is now the Editor for both TrueAchievements and TrueTrophies. He loves gaming on all devices and in all genres. He remains a stubborn Assassin's Creed and Pokémon fan.