Summer Renewal Work Begins June 28
Amtrak will continue its Infrastructure Renewal program at New York Penn Station this summer from June 28 through September 2, by performing state of good repair work on a critical interlocking at the east end of the station essential to the movement of trains into and out of New York Penn Station: JO Interlocking, which directs Amtrak, Long Island Rail Road and NJ TRANSIT trains heading east and west from the East River Tunnels.
The Infrastructure Renewal Program is one element of Amtrak’s plan to modernize stations, infrastructure and equipment on the Northeast Corridor.
What does this mean for my commute?
Most Amtrak service will operate as scheduled. Minor adjustments to service are noted below.
Amtrak schedule adjustments will include:
- Northeast Regional Train 110, operating from Washington, DC (WAS) to New York Penn Station (NYP), and 127 operating from NYP to WAS will be cancelled.
- Northbound Keystone Train 640 is terminating at Newark Penn Station (NWK).
- Southbound Keystone Train 643 is originating at NWK.
- Southbound Keystone Train 653 is departing NYP early.
- Cardinal Train 51 will depart NYP early on weekdays only.
- Maple Leaf Train 63 and Adirondack Train 69 will be combined on the regular time slot for 63 and will split at Albany, NY (ALB).
How do I stay informed?
To check the status of your train or to modify existing reservations, visit Amtrak.com or the Amtrak mobile app.
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