Schedule effective beginning July 15, 2013
WASHINGTON – The Amtrak summer-fall System Timetable is now available and includes minor seasonal schedule changes, which are effective with departures beginning Monday, July 15.
The new summer-fall timetable cover features the Carolinian crossing the Potomac River during cherry blossom season after departing Washington D.C., Amtrak’s second busiest station. The Carolinian operates daily in each direction between New York City and Charlotte, N.C.
The magazine-style booklet, printed bi-annually, will be available in stations and can be ordered and viewed online at Amtrak.com. In addition, passengers can get Amtrak schedule information by calling 800-USA-RAIL or on the Amtrak iPhone and Android apps.
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