Riders Livid After Power Problems Again Cause Amtrak Delays
Former CEO: Amtrak 'Almost A Third World Operation'Amtrak now says full service in the Northeast Corridor will not resume until Monday or Tuesday.
Amtrak Using Snow Schedule In Northeast CorridorA winter storm headed toward the East Coast has Amtrak trimming schedules for its Acela Express and Northeast Regional trains.
Amtrak: Reduced Service Monday On NE CorridorAmtrak says Acela Express and Northeast Regional service will operate with reduced frequency on Monday between Washington, New York and Boston.
Amtrak Service Restarts Between D.C., New YorkAmtrak says service has restarted between Washington, D.C. and Philadelphia after service was suspended for about four hours by overhead wire problems.
Lawmaker: Amtrak Can Keep Northeast Corridor LineThe chairman of the House Transportation Committee says he'll no longer demand the government take away the Washington-to-Boston train line that is Amtrak's crown jewel.
Amtrak Passenger With Measles Traveled Through Parts Of Md.Health alert on the train. A person carrying a very contagious illness came through the Baltimore area.
Rail Power Problems Persist Despite UpgradesPower problems on Amtrak's Northeast Corridor continue to cause headaches for rail travelers despite millions spent to upgrade aging equipment.
Amtrak Probing Cause Of Second Disruption In 3 DaysAmtrak officials are eyeing an electrical substation in Richmond, Va., as the possible source of a voltage problem that halted trains between New York and Philadelphia.
Maryland Gets Millions Of Dollars To Improve Rail ServiceFaster rides and less congestion. That's what the federal government is hoping $2 billion can buy as Maryland becomes a crucial part of a major project to upgrade our Amtrak line.
Md. Senators Announce $22M For BridgeMaryland's senators say the state will receive $22 million to replace the Susquehanna River Bridge.
Amtrak To Tweet About NE Corridor Service Delays Amtrak is introducing a pilot program to notify Northeast Corridor passengers about major service disruptions via Twitter.