Kind of late to the show, and it was a while ago since my kid has since outgrown the stroller. A stroller is considered a "baby item" where they'll probably allow it onboard even if it's technically larger than the carry on size limit. Not sure if a jogger might be considered too big. However, I'd be surprised if there weren't some place it could be stashed on the train.
- Booster Seats
- Car Seats
- Folding Strollers
- Baby items will be allowed onboard or in checked baggage service in lieu of a piece of baggage; no service fees apply.
- Carriages, active strollers, all terrain strollers, multi-child strollers may be required to be checked
I brought a Peg Perego Pliko P3 on the CS once. It was clearly longer than carry on max length. When the conductor saw it, he took it and placed it in the lower level where there was a lot of overflow carry on baggage. He found a good spot and I was able to grab it later. However, there are no guarantees if it's really large.