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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More politics related to New York/New Jersey Gateway Tunnel Project

By LAUREN GARDNER, With help from Stephanie Beasley, Brianna Gurciullo and Tanya Snyder, Politico Morning Transportation; April 18, 2018 GATEWAY’S…

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Really want to finally fix New Jersey Transit? Here are 7 ways to start right now

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; April 13, 2018 NJ Transit riders often compare their daily commute to an ongoing endurance test.…

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Amtrak Plans More Track Work (and Less Pain) at New York Penn Station

“During that diversion, there will be no direct service between New York City and Chicago for the first time since…

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Summer of Hell Part 2? Amtrak announces summer repair work at New York Penn Station

By Nikki M. Mascali, Metro; April 10, 2018 Amtrak will continue its infrastructure renewal work at New York Penn Station…

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Opinion – How to improve and expand the Northeast rail corridor: Stop doing infrastructure upside down

By John Brown Miller, Washington Examiner; April 8, 2018 The federal role in financing state infrastructure remains upside down. Instead…

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In a car culture, trains like ‘The Crescent’ holding on in Alabama

By Beth Thames, AL.com; April 5, 2018 I’ve always loved trains, even when they’re unpredictable. The train from Birmingham to…

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New York Governor Cuomo’s Penn power play fizzles before it starts

By Daniel Geiger, Crain’s New York Business; April 2, 2018 Gov. Andrew Cuomo repeatedly reminds constituents of his accomplishments when…

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