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Amtrak engineer in Pa. train crash tested positive for marijuana, opioids

Security and Safety | January 26, 2017

The findings are part of the information released on Thursday by the National Transportation Safety Board, with the agency expected to release their conclusions on the cause of derailment later this year.

Chicago Union Station redevelopment plan receives fed assistance

Rail| January 18, 2017

The USDOT Build America Bureau and the City of Chicago are entering into an EmPA agreement, under which Chicago can work closely with USDOT with the ultimate goal of seeking up to $1 billion in federal funding for the project.

Rail| January 9, 2017

Amtrak announces management, organizational changes

Effective immediately, Amtrak president/CEO Wick Moorman reduced by half the senior management team into six direct reports.

Rail| December 28, 2016

Amtrak CEO talks Trump infrastructure plan, future

Other highlights include discussion of air travel vs. train travel and freight railroading and passenger train travel.

Rail| December 16, 2016

Plans to improve Northeast Corridor service unveiled

Recommendation's include adding new tracks to increase the Northeast Corridor to four tracks in most locations, which would allow for more frequent and faster service.

Rail| December 14, 2016

Hudson River tunnels to take longer to fix than originally estimated

The new tunnels are the first part of the the multi-billion dollar Gateway Project, which includes building two new rail tunnels.

Security and Safety | December 13, 2016

Sen. Schumer calls for mass transit employees to be checked against terror list

Said positions like engineers, train conductors, and those maintaining the tracks on both rail lines like Amtrak as well as subways, should be checked against the watch list, similar to the way airline employees current are.

Motorcoach| December 6, 2016

2017 intercity bus travel outlook in NYC to be released

The DePaul report by the Chaddick Institute evaluates the remarkable implications of the resurgence of intercity bus travel on the competitive landscape of U.S. travel.

Rail| November 16, 2016

Broken rail disrupts morning Amtrak, NJ Transit, LIRR service

The LIRR said some westbound trains on at least seven branches were being canceled or diverted because of the broken rail. Nearly a half-dozen NJ Transit lines were experiencing at least 30-minute delays.

Rail| November 7, 2016

Amtrak upgrades passenger Wi-Fi on Acela line

The upgraded technology allows Amtrak to incorporate higher-speed train-to-ground backhaul technologies, laying the foundation for further enhancements to the onboard customer experience.

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