Yearly Archives

2014

More Connections to the Amtrak Network in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee

By | Commuter and State Partners, News, Services and Schedules, Travel December 22, 2014

More communities in Indiana, Ohio, Kentucky and Tennessee now can connect to Amtrak trains in Chicago and Indianapolis using buses operated by Greyhound Lines, Inc. People and businesses in Nashville, Tenn., and Gary, Ind., are now able to more easily access the Amtrak national network to meet their travel needs.

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Passenger Communication Improvement Project Completed at Washington Union Station

By | Commuter and State Partners, Customer Amenities, Infrastructure, Stations and Facilities, News, Travel December 16, 2014

Amtrak, in partnership with the Maryland Transit Administration (MTA), has completed a project to expand and improve the public address and electronic passenger information display systems (PIDS) at Washington Union Station. The $2.2 million project was primarily funded under the MTA-Amtrak Joint Benefit Program.

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Amtrak Adds a Dozen More Wolverine Service Trains for Holiday Travel to and from Michigan

By | Commuter and State Partners, News, Services and Schedules, Travel December 12, 2014

Amtrak is adding 12 additional Wolverine Service trains between Michigan and Chicago to provide expanded December and January holiday travel options. Amtrak will offer an additional eastbound and westbound Wolverine Service train daily between Chicago and Ann Arbor from Dec.26 through Jan. 4.

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Amtrak: Unlock Passenger Rail’s Potential

By | Company News and Statements, Customer Amenities, Infrastructure, Stations and Facilities, News December 10, 2014

Congress should focus on ways to unlock intercity passenger rail’s potential by providing predictable, dedicated funding to develop and implement capital investments for the Northeast Corridor (NEC) and other rail corridors between America’s major metropolitan areas, Chairman of Amtrak’s Board of Directors Anthony R. Coscia testified today before a U.S. Senate committee.

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