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Cooperation can advance positive train control

Rail| October 10, 2017

PTC protects rail passengers, workers, and the motoring public. When installed, trains, signals, switches, and dispatching systems are connected on a single network.

High-Speed Rail: At a Crossroads

Rail| September 27, 2017

Major corridor programs — such as California High-Speed Rail and the Northeast Corridor — are actively advancing visionary futures for public transportation. Yet, future federal funding for HSR remains clouded in the complexities of the federal appropriations process.

Rail| September 14, 2017

Amtrak campaign touts benefits of train over air, car travel

The marketing campaign, "Break the Travel Quo," showcases clever videos that depict some of the most prevalent pain points of modern day travel.

Sustainability| September 12, 2017

Transit's top 2017 sustainability achievers recognized by APTA

Amtrak, a Gold Level achiever, reduced electrical consumption of facilities, adopted green building codes, and expanded connectivity options for customers biking to and from stations.

Rail| September 6, 2017

'Summer of Hell' over after full service to Penn Station is restored

Amtrak wrapped up the extensive summertime track repair project on Thursday, with commuters finding the so-called “summer of hell” to not be so bad after all.

Security and Safety | September 5, 2017

Amtrak to equip 310 locomotives with PTC

The equipment will be installed on Amtrak-owned diesel locomotives that primarily operate on national Amtrak network and state-sponsored routes in the east and midwest.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

NJ Transit spent $1M on Penn Station ad campaign

The campaign to promote a special website on service disruptions while making sure riders knew Amtrak is responsible for the project at the nation's busiest rail terminal cost about $300,000 more than NJ Transit says it typically spends in a full year on marketing.

Management & Operations| August 23, 2017

Low gas prices, gaps in intercity rail, bus forcing more to drive

Lower fuel prices and heightened competition from airlines have weakened demand for Amtrak and express coach bus lines, according to a study.

Rail| August 21, 2017

Amtrak officials say Penn Station repairs ahead of schedule

COO Scot Naparstek “absolutely” expects full service to be returned by the day after Labor Day, adding that commuters should expect an on-time service of more than 90%.

Rail| August 16, 2017

Rail Station Redevelopment to Redefine Philadelphia for 21st Century

Built in 1933, the 30th Street Station is the third-busiest Amtrak station in the U.S., handling an estimated 30,000 intercity travelers and regional commuters daily.

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