Michigan Department of Transportation and Amtrak dispute delay rail bridge construction in Kalamazoo

By Jacob Berent, Newschannel 3 WWMT; November 28, 2018 OSHTEMO, Mich. — A disagreement between Michigan Department of Transportation and Amtrak…

Continue Reading →

What other passenger carriers are doing: En Route launches global roll-out of ‘crew nosh’ food ordering app

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

Continue Reading →

What other passenger carriers are doing: CEREAL KILLER; British Airways premium economy passenger furious as airline hands out cereal bars for breakfast – after eight-hour £500 flight

Editor’s note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations – Corridorrail.com…

Continue Reading →

VIA Rail Canada reports passenger growth for 11th consecutive quarter

A press release from VIA Rail Canada; November 30, 2018: • Ridership up 6.2% • Passenger Revenues up 5.1% Montréal,…

Continue Reading →

What other passenger carriers are doing: A budget airline passenger asked for water. He was given a cup of ice and told to wait.

Editor’s Note: This is another story in an ongoing series about managing food service operations and passenger expectations. – Corridorrail.com…

Continue Reading →

Tampa Bay Times editorial: Brightline has started on the right track

By The Editorial Board, Tampa Bay Times; November 29, 2018 Tampa Bay’s connection to Florida’s two other largest metropolitan areas…

Continue Reading →

Chicago Union Station’s Great Hall is bright for holidays, after skylight repair

By Mary Wisniewski, Reporter, Chicago Tribune; November 29, 2018 Union Station’s Great Hall, a stopping point for millions of travelers…

Continue Reading →

Philadelphia: Oh no! 30th Street Station’s famous flipping sign is coming down soon

By Michaela Winberg, Billypenn.com; November 29, 2018 More than two years after news broke that Amtrak would replace the iconic…

Continue Reading →