Three people killed by Brightline trains had drugs in system

By Jennifer Sorentrue, Staff Writer, Palm Beach Post; April 18, 2018 All three of the pedestrians who were accidentally struck and…

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Wisconsin Locomotive Commotion: Conference to examine future of rail in region

By Lauren Fisher, Volume One; April 18, 2018 The West Central Wisconsin Rail Coalition has been laying the tracks to…

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Tri-Rail won’t roll into downtown Miami this year

By Katya Maruri, Miami Today; April 17, 2018 As Miami Central Station continues to rise downtown, Jack Stephens, executive director…

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Commentary: Want airline food? Take Amtrak

By William C. Vantuono, Editor-in-Chief, Railway Age Magazine; April 19, 2018 Ex-Florida Congressman John Luigi Mica, a foodie who spent…

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Canada: Senate changes rail-ownership law to focus on farmers, shippers and airline passengers

By Josh Wingrove and Frederic Tomesco, Bloomberg, The Toronto Star; April 13, 2018 OTTAWA—A proposed law that would increase ownership…

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Amtrak downgrades food service on Capitol Limited and Lake Shore Limited: ‘New and Contemporary Dining Soon on Two Amtrak Routes’

A press release from Amtrak; April 19, 2018: Capitol Limited and lake Shore Limited sleeping car customers to be offered fresh…

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