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October 31, 2013

Long Island Rail opens renovated, enhanced station

As a part of the project, workers have installed two new heavy-duty elevators, one each serving the eastbound and westbound platforms.


January 3, 2012

Amtrak to lead Pa. train station renovations

Project will address the rehabilitation of the passenger areas, including interior work to the waiting room, concourse, restrooms and hallways, and exterior work to stairways and platforms.


December 6, 2011

Amtrak unveils revamped Kansas station

The more than $1.5 million in improvements include a 500-foot passenger boarding platform, access to parking with designations compliant with the Americans with Disabilities Act and new exterior lighting designed to improve safety.


March 21, 2011

Vice President Biden honored for supporting rail

Following a nearly two-year, $37.7 million renovation, the Wilmington Amtrak station was rededicated and renamed in honor of the Vice President, a long-time rail commuter.


July 1, 2009

Amtrak renovates Pa. train station

$12 million project includes a complete rehabilitation of interior and exterior; a new heating, ventilation and air conditioning system; new restrooms; improved landscaping and increased parking capacity.


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