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This Week at Amtrak; 2010-09-13

September 10th, 2010 Comments off

After a slow August in the world of passenger rail, we return to a busy soon-to-be autumn.

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This Week at Amtrak; 2009-10-22

October 22nd, 2009 Comments off

Volume 6, Number 44

  1. Well. A lot has been happening in the two weeks since the last This Week at Amtrak was published. Before we get into some specifics, we first need to hear what Minnesota Association of Rail Passengers and United Rail Passenger Alliance Vice President of Law and Policy Andrew Selden has to say on the current state of Amtrak. Read more…

This Week at Amtrak; 2009-09-25

September 25th, 2009 Comments off

Volume 6, Number 41

  1. Amtrak is three for three. The third report (and, there are more to come) about the start of new service is just like the two previous reports: Amtrak really doesn’t want to be in the passenger railroad business.

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This Week at Amtrak; 2009-09-22

September 22nd, 2009 Comments off

Volume 6, Number 40

  1. Now, there is no doubt. Amtrak doesn’t want to be in the passenger railroad business. Last week Amtrak released a requested study on Ohio’s “3 C” corridor, which runs from Cleveland to Cincinnati via Columbus and Dayton. And, Amtrak released a preliminary draft for discussion for the much-awaited Pioneer route restoration between (Chicago), Denver, and the Pacific Northwest. The part of the route from Chicago to Denver would travel over the existing California Zephyr route, but from Denver westward it would be a restored route.

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