Amtrak Office of Inspector General says railroad can cut up to $6.4 million in costs

By Kyra Senese, Managing Editor, RT&S Magazine; November 13, 2018 Amtrak’s Office of Inspector General (OIG) audit, released Nov. 9,…

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Book Review: An anti-passenger-rail manifesto

Opinion By David Peter Alan, Chair, Lackawanna Coalition, Railway Age Magazine; November 13, 2018 “Romance of the Rails: Why the Passenger Trains…

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New York’s Metropolitan Transportation Authority set to buy Grand Central Terminal for $35M

By Dan Rivoli, Transit Reporter, New York Daily News; November 13, 2018 The MTA will soon be the new landlord…

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Fixing Chicago’s freight rail congestion

By Katie Pyzyk, Smart Cities Dive; November 12, 2018 As goods and raw materials make their way to all parts…

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Rail advocates in Ontario want government to consider transportation strategy – including passenger rail

By Elaine Della-Mattia, The Sault Star; November 12, 2018 Passenger rail advocates are hoping the provincial government take the time…

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Amtrak video goes behind scenes of Philadelphia’s 30th Street Station restoration

By Michael Tanenbaum, Staff, Philly Voice; November 9, 2018 Anyone who’s spent much time in or around 30th Street Station…

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Did your train break down? Legislators want New Jersey Transit to give you a refund

By Larry Higgs, NJ.com; November 9, 2018 When an NJ Transit train breaks down and strands commuters for an hour or…

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The Netherlands’ new train cars are nicer than your office

By Mark Wilson, Fast Company; November 8, 2018 Next year, 373 million people will find themselves on Dutch National Railway…

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Editorial Opinion: Treasure Coast deserves a Brightline train stop (or two)

By Treasure Coast Newspapers Editorial Board, TCPalm.com; November 8, 2018 The proposals have been tendered.  Time will tell if Brightline is…

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