U.S., Pennsylvania: Two Tickets to Pittsburgh

By Bennett Levin, P.E., Railway Age Magazine; February 10, 2020 How can the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania be freed from Amtrak’s abusive…

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U.S., Pennsylvania – Brian O’Neill: Is it time to tell Amtrak to get off the tracks in Pittsburgh?

By Brian O’Neill, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; December 19, 2019 Amtrak, I want a divorce. Bennett Levin told the state House Transportation…

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Pennsylvania Commentary: Riding a government study absolutely nowhere

From The Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; November 24, 2019 I read a government report to see how much of the $200,000 cost…

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Pennsylvania Department Of Transportation: Rail service expansion takes ‘critical’ step with Norfolk Southern study

By Mark Pesto, The Tribune-Democrat; November 5, 2019 A study currently being conducted by Norfolk Southern Corp. represents “the first…

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Advocates continue pushing for more passenger rail service from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania to the east

By Ed Blazina, Pittsburgh Post-Gazette; August 26, 2019 After more than 10 years of discussing, studying and lobbying about more…

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What happened to those feasibility studies for additional passenger rail in Pennsylvania?

By Ryan Deto, Pittsburgh City Paper; March 19, 2019 Pennsylvanians want more trains. The Amtrak Pennsylvanian line runs only once…

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Harrisburg, Pennsylvania train station plans don’t include newsstand

By Logan Wilson, WHTM ABC 27 News; June 11, 2018 HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) – Coffee, books, and a welcoming smile:…

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Opinion: Here’s how new rail technology is helping first responders

Guest Editorial By Steve Wilharm, pennlive.com; November 21, 2017 Last week, first responders from across the commonwealth gathered for the Pennsylvania…

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