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Siemens Provides First Look at New Amtrak Locomotives
Unveiling ceremony for Siemens Sprinter electric locomotives for Amtrak.
Amtrak taps Accenture for ERP solution
Amtrak awarded Accenture a multi-year contract to develop
and implement enterprise resource planning (ERP) solutions to standardize key
areas of Amtrak’s business operations.
Under the terms of the contract, Accenture’s initial task is
to develop a blueprint for Amtrak’s
Amtrak launches texting tool to report suspicious activity
Txt-a-Tip allows customers to report report suspicious activity, crime, or emergencies directly to the Amtrak Police Department by sending a text to APD11(27...
Amtrak's "Take Off' campaign promotes Acela service
Amtrak launched a new advertising campaign for
Amtrak joins Twitter
Amtrak recently launched its Twitter page so passengers and rail fans alike can now follow Amtrak happenings on Twitter at @Amtrak.
Amtrak, IBM reach IT agreement
IBM announced it has signed a five-year information technology (IT) professional services agreement with Amtrak. Through the agreement, IBM will provide IT support to Amtrak focusing on improving the quality of service to Amtrak's 19,000 employees and over 28.7 million passengers
Amtrak, Senators push new Hudson rail project
Proposed rail expansion announced by Amtrak and Senators Frank Lautenberg and Robert Menendez to improve travel between New Jersey and New York City.
Amtrak adding new amenities to Hoosier State service
Amtrak is improving service
DEA agent paid Amtrak employee for confidential passenger info
WASHINGTON, D.C. — The Drug Enforcement Administration paid an Amtrak secretary more than $850,000 over the past 19 years for confidential passenger information, even though the records were available at no cost through an agreement with Amtrak police, according to a watchdog report, The Washington Post reported.The Amtrak inspector general’s office said
Amtrak adds Wi-Fi to Midwest corridor
AmtrakConnect cellular-based Wi-Fi service is now available on Amtrak trains in the Midwest, with eight corridors now offering this free amenity to Amtrak passengers.
Collectively, these routes carried nearly 3.3 million passengers in the last