Northeast Corridor Faces Investment Crisis

By | Company News and Statements, Infrastructure, Stations and Facilities, News, Travel | April 17, 2013

The success of the Northeast Corridor (NEC) has used up much of the legacy capacity of the existing railroad and depleted its infrastructure assets leading to a “major coming investment crisis that, without a solution, will mean strangled growth and deteriorating service” for 260 million intercity and commuter rail passengers who rely on it each year, Amtrak President and CEO Joe Boardman told a Congressional committee today.

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