Amtrak Advances Susquehanna River Rail Bridge Project
November 18, 2022

Amtrak Begins Procurement for Construction of New Connecticut River Bridge
October 28, 2022

$11 Million Department of Labor Grant to Fund Amtrak and DelDOT Railroad Worker Training Program
October 6, 2022

“Art at Amtrak” Public Art Program at New York Penn Station Continues with New Installations by Dennis RedMoon Darkeem and Ghost of a Dream
September 8, 2022

Amtrak Aims to Achieve Net Zero Greenhouse Gas Emissions by 2045
September 22, 2022

Amtrak Debuts New Café Menus with Fresh, High-Quality Offerings on Northeast Corridor and Long Distance Trains
August 17, 2022

Amtrak Continues Improvements at New York Penn Station with New, Accessible 7th Avenue and 32nd Street Entrance
August 10, 2022

Amtrak & RIDOT Partner to Improve Accessibility at Westerly Station
July 7, 2022

Amtrak & RIDOT Continue Partnership with Seastreak to Offer Thruway Connections at Providence Station to Newport
July 6, 2022

Amtrak Awards Contract to Arup for Preliminary Design of Railroad Infrastructure That Will Support New York Penn Station Expansion
June 23, 2022

Amtrak Increases Daily Service to Roanoke
June 21, 2022

Amtrak Increases Daily Service to Norfolk
June 21, 2022

Amtrak Launches Procurement for Upcoming Major Contract for the B&P Tunnel Replacement Project Program
June 21, 2022

Amtrak Increasing Speed of Acela Trains in New Jersey Through Infrastructure Investments and Improvements
June 14, 2022

Amtrak Quotes on Major Step Toward Modernization of Penn Station
June 10, 2022

Amtrak and PennDOT to Restore Most Keystone Service
April 8, 2022

Amtrak and Penn Station Partners Begin Construction of Baltimore Penn Station
February 24, 2022

Amtrak Opens Full-Service Bar in Metropolitan Lounge at Moynihan Train Hall
January 13, 2022

Hudson Tunnel Project Clears Final Regulatory Hurdle with Army Corps of Engineers Permit
December 1, 2021

Amtrak Partners with NY & Co to Drive Train Travel to New York City from the Northeast Corridor
November 16, 2021

Preliminary Engineering on Hudson Tunnel Project Enters New Phase with Supplemental Geotechnical Borings at Future Construction Access Shaft and Fan Plant Location
November 16, 2021

Amtrak and Penn Station Partners To Break Ground For Baltimore Penn Station Redevelopment Project
November 5, 2021

Virginia Launches Expanded Train Service from Downtown Richmond to Washington, DC, on to New York and Boston
September 27, 2021

Amtrak Reaches Financial Close with Plenary Americas on William H. Gray III 30th Street Station Redevelopment
September 16, 2021

Amtrak to Transform Rail Travel with $7.3 Billion Investment in State-of-the-Art Equipment
September 16, 2021

New Financial Plan Should Qualify Hudson Tunnel Project for Improved Rating
August 27, 2021

Amtrak and MDOT Announce New Approach for Baltimore and Potomac Tunnel Replacement Program
June 25, 2021

Amtrak Joins Governor Murphy, NJ Officials in Celebrating Funding Agreement for Portal North Bridge
January 21, 2021

Amtrak Expands its Presence in New York City with the Addition of Moynihan Train Hall
January 5, 2021

Amtrak Vision for the Northeast Corridor
This report outlines developments in NEC planning and highlights key findings related to how Amtrak can translate various strategies and concepts for growth and improvement of the NEC into reality.

CONNECT NEC 2035 is a 15-year plan representing the most ambitious reinvestment program in the NEC’s history and a new way of planning: a multi-agency, multi-year, shared action plan guided by a long-term vision. The state governments of the Northeast, the federal government, eight commuter rail agencies, and Amtrak worked together through the NEC Commission to develop a detailed and efficient sequencing of infrastructure investment covering 150 projects along the corridor.

FY 21-26 Amtrak Five Year Service and Asset Line Plans
These Service and Asset Line Plans describe Amtrak’s strategic efforts and establish the metrics and outcomes we will track to monitor performance.

NEC Commission Critical Infrastructure Needs on the Northeast Corridor
This report and its accompanying interactive map serve as an informational resource that describes the improvements needed to reduce delays, achieve a state-of-good-repair, and build capacity for growth on the NEC. Released in January 2013.

NEC FUTURE is a comprehensive planning effort to define, evaluate and prioritize future investments in the Northeast Corridor, launched by the Federal Railroad Administration (FRA) in February 2012. FRA’s work will include new ideas and approaches to grow the region’s intercity, commuter and freight rail services and an environmental evaluation of proposed transportation alternatives.
NEC FUTURE will create a framework for the future investments needed to improve passenger rail capacity and service through 2040. Technical work includes an analysis of market conditions in the corridor, development of reasonable program alternatives and an evaluation of the environmental impacts of those alternatives, and a recommended approach that balances the needs of various users of the corridor – whether commuters, intercity rail passengers, or rail freight – in a manner that ensures safe, efficient travel throughout the Northeast.

Northeast Corridor Capital Investment Plan (Fiscal Years 2020 - 2024)
The NEC Capital Investment Plan for federal fiscal years 2020-2024 documents the funding requirement (i.e., the funding available and needed) during the five-year time frame for planned and ongoing capital investments on the NEC. Capital renewal of basic infrastructure, which represents the routine repair or replacement of existing basic infrastructure assets, and special projects, which includes major backlog projects and improvement projects, are both included in the plan. (Released March 2019)

The Gateway Program 2021
A video highlighting the importance of the initial Gateway Program projects — the Portal North Bridge and Hudson Tunnel Projects. Historical context on aging infrastructure and a commuter-eye-view of what "reliability" (or lack of it) means.