– The Amtrak Northeast Regional will soon offer two weekday departures from Norfolk, Va., to give customers more convenience for travel to Washington, D.C., and the Northeast. Tickets are now available to purchase for travel to and from the waterfront city beginning on March 4.
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NEW YORK – The Amtrak Board of Directors has approved an agreement with the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) to advance two key proposed initiatives: Metro-North commuter rail service to and from New York Penn Station and Amtrak intercity passenger rail service to and from Long Island.
WASHINGTON – It’s time to sit in comfort, and not traffic for your spring, summer and holiday travel with Amtrak’s latest flash sale on long distance and state supported trains, exclusively available at Amtrak.com. Starting Monday, Jan. 28 through Thursday, Jan. 31, customers can take advantage of the low prices from the sale, celebrate “National Plan for Vacation Day” on Tuesday, Jan. 29, and book travel across the entire national network.
WASHINGTON – Amtrak has reached a key milestone in its plan to enhance the customer experience at its future home in the Moynihan Train Hall with the completion of planning and design for its premium passenger space, the Metropolitan Lounge (formerly ClubAcela) by releasing artist renderings of the space. The Metropolitan Lounge will serve Amtrak’s premium customers, providing them with added amenities and a high-quality passenger experience.
WASHINGTON – Customers can soon take advantage of more opportunities to travel by train as Amtrak increases daily service between Norfolk, Va., and Boston. Beginning in March, customers in the waterfront city and surrounding areas will be able to choose from two daily departures of the Amtrak Northeast Regional when planning travel to the Northeast.
“Today, MTA officials met with Amtrak leadership to provide a briefing on the L Train project. On January 3rd, the MTA accepted recommendations of an expert review panel that the L Train tunnel could be repaired while averting a closure.
December 13, Oakland, CA – The holiday travel season is upon us, and the Capitol Corridor Joint Powers Authority (CCJPA) wants everyone to make it home safely and take a moment to reach out to others who may be struggling.
STOCKTON, Calif. – On December 17, 2018, Amtrak® San JoaquinsSM will be adjusting its schedule to better accommodate weekend leisure travelers on San Joaquins trains 718 and 1701. San Joaquins train 718 will now operate full corridor to Bakersfield on Fridays, Saturdays, and holidays. Additionally, San Joaquins train 1701 will operate on a later, full corridor schedule from Bakersfield providing an afternoon arrival into Sacramento.
30 percent discounts available nationwide through Cyber Monday
WASHINGTON – This year, there’s no better gift than the gift of train travel as Amtrak has announced its third “Track Friday Sale,” offering customers a Black Friday sale for travel on most Amtrak routes throughout the country. Giving customers the gift of an experience and memories that can be kept for a lifetime, the Amtrak “Track Friday Sale” follows the success of last year’s promotion.
WASHINGTON – Continuing financial improvements in recent years, Amtrak again posted record revenue and earnings for its fiscal year, which ended Sept. 30, 2018. Strong management and improved product delivery and customer service led the company to its best operating performance in company history, despite challenges during the year. Preliminary results for Fiscal Year 2018 are:
Operating Earnings: ($168.0 million) – best Amtrak operating performance to date, improved 13.3 percent over FY 2017 total of $193.7 million
Ridership: 31.7 million customer trips –steady year-over-year, with growth offset by reductions due to service disruptions
Total Revenue1: $3.38b illion – increased 2.2 percent over FY 2017
Capital Investment1, : $1.46 billion – the highest level of capital investment in recent Amtrak history