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Va. could see 3rd daily train route by 2017

Rail| August 27, 2014
The train, as envisioned, would depart from Lynchburg and head to Washington, D.C. and New York before returning the next day.

Okla. trial passenger service to launch next year

Rail| August 6, 2014
The trial service is expected to start in the early part of next year. It will likely run between Sapulpa and Midwest City, but supporters hope a permanent service eventually links downtown Tulsa to downtown Oklahoma City.
Rail| May 7, 2014

4 companies respond to Ind. Amtrak RFP

State, county and city officials advertised for independent companies to submit plans to find efficiencies and close the gap between revenues and operating costs.
Rail| February 26, 2014

Fla. freight rail upgrade could spur passenger service

The project could open the door to passenger-train service between Lake and Orange counties, including a connection to the SunRail commuter line.
Rail| October 16, 2013

Amtrak, state partners negotiate to preserve all corridors

Amtrak is now poised to move forward with state partners to further expand and improve the intercity passenger rail network.
Rail| September 25, 2013

Indiana DOT begins rail service talks with Amtrak

The estimate that Amtrak provided in May to keep the Hoosier State passenger rail service in operation is $2.963 million annually. Divided among each one-way passenger, this is approximately $80 in government support for each $24 ticket.
Rail| June 12, 2013

Ill. mayor calls for more rail support

Springfield Mayor Mike Houston told U.S. transportation subcommittee representatives that continued state and federal support for city rail consolidation is critical for Springfield’s economy.
Rail| March 5, 2013

Amtrak's "Take Off' campaign promotes Acela service

Amtrak launched a new advertising campaign for Acela Express service, its popular premium business product operating between Boston, New York and Washington, D.C.

Rail| February 6, 2013

Pa. may lose Amtrak service

A federal law passed in 2008 requires the state to pay for rail routes less than 750 miles, which includes Amtrak's Pennsylvanian, at about 440 miles. The state has until October to decide whether to pay the $5.7 million to keep the service.
Rail| December 12, 2012

Amtrak to connect Va. to D.C.

Now offering service between Norfolk and Washington, D.C. This is the first time passenger rail service has been offered in south Hampton Roads since 1977.

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