Amtrak launches Spanish language site

Posted on February 21, 2006

Amtrak has launched a Spanish-language version of its Website, featuring schedules, routes and special offers. Users can click on the "En Espanol" button on the Amtrak home page, or log onto www.Espanol.Amtrak.com. Customers can access schedules, routes and special offers, as well as reservation capabilities entirely in Spanish. In addition, Amtrak also provides customer service in Spanish, available at the railroad's toll-free number, 1-800-USA-RAIL. "With 400 million Spanish-speaking people around the globe, we are very excited about expanding our on-line reservation and information system to this audience," said Matt Hardison, Amtrak chief of sales distribution and customer service. For Amtrak en Espanol, the rail service deployed TransMotion technology provided by MotionPoint Corp. for the translated Amtrak site.

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