<![CDATA[Amtrak Service Alerts & Passenger Service Notices - All regions ]]> Weblog Editor 2.0 <![CDATA[Trains Operating through Virginia: Track Work Results in Service Cancellations and Possible Delays]]> Effective Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21, 2015

On June 20 and June 21, 2015, CSX Transportation will perform major signal upgrades and track work in Virginia between Alexandria and Richmond that will affect Amtrak service as follows:

Saturday and Sunday, June 20 and 21, 2015: Possible Delays

The following trains traveling through the work area may be subject to delays of up to two hours. Depending on congestion, there could be isolated incidents where delays may exceed two hours.

  • Northeast Regional Trains 71, 87, 88, 99, 157, 164, 194 and 195
  • Palmetto Trains 89 and 90 (on June 21, 2015, only)
  • Silver Star and Silver Meteor Trains 91, 92, 97 and 98
  • Auto Train Trains 52 and 53

Passengers are encouraged to check the train status before heading to the station and sign up for text or email delay notifications when making their reservation.

Saturday, June 20, 2015
  • Northeast Regional Trains 65 and 66 will not operate between Washington and Newport News. Train 65 originates in Boston on June 19, 2015, and terminates in Washington on June 20, 2015.
  • Northeast Regional Train 82 will not operate between Richmond and Washington.
  • Carolinian Trains 80 and 79 will not operate between Raleigh and New York.
  • Palmetto Trains 89 and 90 will be canceled.
Sunday, June 21, 2015
  • Northeast Regional Trains 65 and 66 will not operate between Washington and Newport News. Train 65 originates in Boston on June 20, 2015, and terminates in Washington on June 21, 2015.
  • Carolinian Trains 79 and 80 will not operate between Raleigh and New York.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience you may experience. Reservation and train status information is available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Wolverine Train 350 Will Not Stop at Troy, MI - Monday through Saturday Only]]> Effective through May 31, 2015

Due to infrastructure improvements being performed in Michigan between Battle Creek and Detroit, Train 350 will not stop at Troy on Monday through Saturday, from May 20 through May 31, 2015.

While service is suspended at Troy, passengers can make reservations at alternate stations including Dearborn, Detroit, Royal Oaks and Pontiac.

Trains Serving Troy

During this period, Train 350 will stop at Troy on Sundays, and all other Wolverine trains will continue to offer daily service at Troy.

Reservations and the most up-to-date schedules are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Piedmont Trains 74 and 75: Service Canceled]]> Effective Monday, June 15, 2015 Only

Due to track work being performed by Norfolk Southern Railway as part of the Piedmont Track Improvement Project, Train 74 and 75 will be canceled on June 15, 2015.

Passengers traveling between Charlotte and Raleigh can make reservations aboard Piedmont Trains 73 and 76 or Carolinian Trains 79 and 80.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Reservations and the most up-to-date arrival and departure times are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Lake Shore Limited Trains 448 and 449: Track Work Affects Service between Albany and Boston]]> Effective through June 13, 2015

Through June 13, 2015, Trains 448 and 449 will be replaced by connecting trains in both directions between Boston, Albany and intermediate stations, as described below:

  • Albany – Boston Service: Passengers aboard eastbound Lake Shore Limited Train 48 destined for Boston (South Station) and intermediate stations will detrain at Albany and board a connecting train to their destinations.
  • Boston – Albany Service: A connecting train will serve all stations from Boston to Albany. At Albany, passengers will detrain and board Train 49 to their destinations.
  • Checked baggage service will be available at stations which normally provide this service.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Reservation and train status information is available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Downeaster Service: Construction Alert - Service Changes and Possible Delays]]> Effective on Select Dates through June 15, 2015
Trains 681, 683,684, 686, 688 and 689

Pan Am Railways continues production on the 2015 Tie Replacement Project through June 15, 2015. While this construction will cause delays and cancellations, the ultimate result will be improved reliability of service and safety of passengers.

Here is what passengers can expect during construction:

  • Daily through June 15, 2015: Possible Delays
    Downeaster passengers may encounter delays of 60 to 90 minutes through June 15, 2015. Passengers should allow for longer trip times. This message will be updated when necessary to reflect the most current delay information available.
  • Monday - Thursday through May 21, 2015: Trains 688 and 689
    Trains 688 and 689 will be canceled Monday - Thursday through May 21, 201.
  • Mondays - Fridays through June 15, 2015: Trains 681, 683, 684 and 686
    Weekday Trains 681, 683, 684 and 686 will be canceled through June 15, 2015. Trains will operate on a weekend schedule on Memorial Day, Monday, May 25, 2015.

All weekend trains and weekday Trains 680, 682, 685 and 687 will operate during the construction period. The specific timing of the 2015 Tie Replacement Project is subject to change, but will likely end on or about June 15, 2015.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. The most up-to-date arrival and departure times are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Pacific Surfliner Trains 785 and 768: Alternate Bus Service between Santa Barbara and Goleta]]> Train 785 Effective May 30 and June 6, 2015;
Train 768 Effective May 31 and June 7, 2015

Track work being performed by Union Pacific Railroad will affect Trains 768 and 785, as described below:

Train 785: Saturdays, May 30 and June 6, 2015

Train 785, which normally operates between San Diego and Goleta, will terminate in Santa Barbara on May 30 and June 6, 2015. At Santa Barbara, passengers will be provided bus service to Goleta.

Train 768: Sundays, May 31 and June 7, 2015

Train 768, which normally originates in Goleta, will originate in Santa Barbara. Passengers boarding in Goleta will be provided bus service to Santa Barbara, where they can board Train 768.

Bus Departs Earlier: The bus will depart Goleta at 6:20 am, 15 minutes earlier than Train 768 normally departs.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. For schedules and information, visit Amtrak.com, use our free mobile apps or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Sunset Limited Train 2 and Texas Eagle Train 422 Operates Earlier from Los Angeles to San Antonio]]> Effective with Trains Departing Los Angeles
May 27 and 29, 2015 and June 7, 10, 12, 14, 24 and 26, 2015

On the dates shown above, eastbound Train 2/422 will depart Los Angeles at 8 pm, two hours earlier than the normal schedule, and operate two hours earlier at all stations through its arrival in San Antonio at 2:50 am. The train will depart San Antonio at 6:25 am, the normal scheduled time.

This temporary schedule change is due to track work being performed by Union Pacific Railroad.

Eastbound Train 2/422 Connections

Due to the earlier departure of Train 2/422, Coast Starlight Train 11 and Pacific Surfliner Trains 790 and 1790 will not make connections with the Train 2/422. Passengers can contact Amtrak for connection options.

For the most up-to-date schedule information, visit Amtrak.com, use our free mobile apps or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Piedmont and Carolinian Trains 74, 75, 79 and 80: Track Work Affects Trains between Raleigh and Charlotte]]> Effective Monday, June 8, 2015 Only

Track work being performed by Norfolk Southern Railway will affect Trains 74, 75, 79 and 80 between Raleigh and Charlotte on June 8, 2015.

  • Trains 74 and 75 will be canceled.
  • Train 79 will operate between New York, Raleigh and intermediate stations. Service will not be provided between Raleigh and Charlotte.
  • Train 80 will originate in Raleigh and operate to New York and intermediate stations. Service will not be provided between Charlotte and Raleigh.
  • Passengers traveling between Charlotte and Raleigh can make reservations aboard Trains 73 and 76.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Reservations and the most up-to-date arrival and departure times are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Disposal Containers for Sharp Personal Items Available Aboard Select Long-Distance Trains]]> Effective May 1, 2015

Effective May 1, Amtrak will offer complimentary Sharp-Trap® containers aboard select long-distance trains for passengers to safely dispose of small sharp items including, insulin syringes and needles, lancets and razor blades. Sharp-Trap containers are being offered in an effort to reduce and/or eliminate passengers’ and employees’ risk of cuts or other injuries caused by sharp personal items aboard Amtrak trains and at stations.

Offered Aboard Select Long-Distance Trains

Sharp-Trap containers will be available aboard the following long-distance trains effective May 1, and will be offered aboard additional trains in the near future.

  • Capitol Limited Trains 29 and 30
  • Cardinal Trains 50 and 51
  • City of New Orleans Trains 58 and 59
  • Crescent Trains 19 and 20
  • Lake Shore Limited Trains 48/448 and 49/449
  • Silver Meteor Trains 97 and 98
  • Silver Star Trains 91 and 92
Obtaining a Sharp-Trap Container

Sharp-Trap containers are available upon request from any employee on board the train. Employees can also demonstrate how to use the container, if necessary. Sharp-Trap containers are not available at stations.

Sharp-Trap Container Disposal

Amtrak employees cannot dispose of Sharp-Trap containers for passengers. For the safety of our passengers and employees, passengers must keep their used containers in their possession until exiting the train and station. Do not leave a used container in the seat pockets, trash containers or in any other area of the train and station. Passengers who see a Sharp-Trap container in any area of the train or station should notify an Amtrak employee.

We appreciate your cooperation in making the railroad a safe mode of transportation. For schedules and information, visit Amtrak.com, use our free mobile apps or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Piedmont Trains 73, 74, 75 and 76: Track Work Affects Service between Salisbury, Kannapolis and Charlotte ]]> Effective Monday, June 1, 2015 Only

Track work being performed by Norfolk Southern Railway will affect Piedmont service on Monday, June 1, 2015, as described below:

Southbound Trains 73 and 75

Trains 73 and 75, which normally operate between Raleigh and Charlotte, will terminate at Salisbury, where passengers will be provided bus service to Kannapolis and Charlotte.

Northbound Trains 74 and 76

Trains 74 and 76, which normally originate in Charlotte, will originate in Salisbury. Passengers boarding at Charlotte and Kannapolis will be provided bus service to Salisbury where they can transfer to Trains 74 or 76.

Northbound Buses Depart Earlier

The buses for Trains 74 and 76 will depart 15 minutes earlier than the normal schedule. The bus representing Train 74 will depart Charlotte at 11:45 am and Kannapolis at 12:10 pm. The bus representing Train 76 will depart Charlotte at 5:00 pm and Kannapolis at 5:25 pm.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Reservations and the most up-to-date arrival and departure times are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Empire Builder Trains 27 and 28: Checked Baggage and Amtrak Express Temporarily Suspended at Vancouver, WA]]> Effective through July 31, 2015

Due to BNSF track work being performed near the Vancouver, WA, station platform, checked baggage service and Amtrak Express shipments on Trains 27 and 28 are suspended at Vancouver, WA. It is anticipated that the work will be complete by July 31, 2015. At which time, checked baggage service will be restored. This temporary suspension affects:

Checked Baggage
  • Passengers getting on or off Trains 27 and 28 at Vancouver, WA, will not be permitted to check baggage.
  • Passengers making connections to or from Trains 27 or 28 at Vancouver will not be permitted to check baggage.

During this period, checked baggage service will continue to be available on Amtrak Cascades trains at the Vancouver, WA station.

Amtrak Express Shipping
  • Amtrak Express packages cannot be shipped to or from Vancouver.
  • While Express service is suspended at Vancouver customers may, instead, ship packages to Portland.
  • Customers who ship Amtrak Express packages to Portland must pick up the shipment at Portland. Packages will not be transported to the Vancouver station.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Reservation and train status information is available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Blue Water and Wolverine Service Summer Schedules ]]> Effective April 20 - October 30, 2015

The Wolverine Service and Blue Water trains will operate on an adjusted schedule, effective April 20 through October 30, 2015.

Many trains will operate between five and 45 minutes earlier, and some trains will depart up to 10 minutes later. Complete Wolverine and Blue Water schedules are available on the Timetables tab on Amtrak.com. Passengers can obtain the most up-to-date departure and arrival times by checking Amtrak.com, using our free mobile apps or by calling 800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[California Zephyr Trains 5 and 6: Detour between Denver and Salt Lake City]]> Effective May 16 - 22 and June 1 - 8, 2015

Due to track work being performed by Union Pacific Railroad, Trains 5 and 6 will operate on an alternate route between Denver and Salt Lake City on the dates shown above. Both trains will detour through southern Wyoming affecting service at stations between Denver and Salt Lake City. Passengers traveling on these dates should be aware that Trains 5 and 6 will not travel on its normal route through the Rocky Mountains and along the Colorado River. The detour route is less mountainous than the regular route through the Colorado River Canyon. It follows a portion of the historic transcontinental Union Pacific route completed in 1869 that offers views of broad vistas, wildlife and high plains.

Fraser-Winter Park and Granby Service Cancellations

On the dates shown above, service (train or bus) will not be provided to or from Fraser-Winter Park and Granby.

Train 5 Detours between Denver and Salt Lake City

Westbound Train 5 will operate on its normal route to Denver. On May 16 through May 22 and June 1 through June 8, 2015, the train will depart Denver and detour through Wyoming. The train will not make any stops until arriving at Salt Lake City, where Train 5 will resume its normal route to Emeryville.

Alternate Bus Service at Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Green River, Helper and Provo
Passengers aboard Train 5 who are traveling to Glenwood Springs, Grand Junction, Green River, Helper and Provo will detrain at Denver, where bus service will be provided to their destination. Passengers boarding at these stations will be provided bus service to Salt Lake City, where they will board Train 5. The buses will depart later than the published schedule for Train 5.

Train 6 Detours between Salt Lake City and Denver

Eastbound Train 6 will operate on its normal route to Salt Lake City. On May 16 through May 22 and June 1 through June 8, 2015, the train will depart Salt Lake City and detour through Wyoming. The train will not make any stops until arriving at Denver, where the Train 6 will resume its normal route to Chicago.

Alternate Bus Service at Provo, Helper, Green River, Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs
Passengers aboard Train 6 who are traveling to Provo, Helper, Green River, Grand Junction and Glenwood Springs will detrain at Salt Lake City, where bus service will be provided to their destination. Passengers boarding at these stations will be provided bus service to Denver, where they will board Train 6. The buses will depart later than the published schedule for Train 6.

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience you may experience. Reservations and schedules are available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

Join us on facebook.com/Amtrak. Follow us on twitter.com/Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Carry-on Pet Program Continues Aboard Carl Sandburg and Illinois Zephyr Trains 380, 381, 382 and 383 and Illini and Saluki Trains 390, 391, 392 and 393]]> Effective April 22, 2015

After conducting a year-long test, Amtrak and the State of Illinois have adopted the Carry-on Pet Program aboard the Carl Sandburg and Illinois Zephyr Trains 380, 381, 382 and 383 and the Illini and Saluki Trains 390, 391, 392 and 393. Please refer to the program guidelines below. Other restrictions may apply. These guidelines do not pertain to passengers traveling with service animals.

Types of Pets Allowed

Cats and dogs are the only types of pets accepted on Amtrak, and only one pet per passenger will be allowed.

Where Travel Must Begin
  • Passengers must begin the first leg of their trip at the Chicago, Naperville, Galesburg, Homewood, Champaign-Urbana or Carbondale stations during the hours that the ticket offices are open.
    Note: Due to the ticket office hours, the only train accepting pet reservations at Naperville is Train 383, and at Homewood the only trains accepting pet reservations are Trains 393 and 392.
  • Round trips may be booked to an unstaffed station, but travel must begin at staffed stations, as described in the "Pet Reservations, Fare and Ticketing" section below.
Pet Reservations, Fare and Ticketing
  • Effective August 4, pet reservations will be accepted on the Trains 380, 381, 382, 383, 390, 391, 392 and 393, through April 26, 2015. Travel with pets on Trains 390, 390, 391, 392 and 393 begins August 11.
  • Pet reservations are made on a first-come, first-served basis. No more than four pets are reserved per train. Service animals do not count towards this limitation.
  • The fare for pets is $25.00 per carrier, for each travel segment.
  • Pet reservations can only be made with a reservation agent at 1-800-USA-RAIL or at a staffed station.
  • Passengers may only pick up pet tickets at the Chicago, Naperville, Galesburg, Homewood, Champaign-Urbana or Carbondale stations. Pet tickets cannot be picked up at any other stations.
  • Pets are not permitted to travel with unaccompanied minors.
  • During this pilot program, multi-ride tickets cannot be used in conjunction with pet reservations. Multi-ride ticket holders traveling with a pet must reserve a coach seat and pay the applicable fare.
Arrive at Least 30 Minutes Early

Passengers traveling with pets must check in at the station ticket office no later than 30 minutes before train departure time in order to allow sufficient time to confirm pet eligibility and complete a Release and Indemnification Agreement.

Designated Pet Car & Onboard Guidelines
  • Passengers must remain with pets at all times.
  • Pets must remain inside their carrier at all times and may not be removed from their carrier while in stations or onboard trains.
  • Passengers must keep their pet carrier under their own seat. Pet carriers are not permitted under the seat in front of you.
  • Pet carriers are not permitted on train seats.
  • Pets are not permitted in food service cars.
  • Each Carl Sandburg, Illinois Zephyr, Saluki and Illini train will have one railcar designated for passengers with their pets.
Approved Pet Carriers
  • Pet owners must provide their own pet carrier.
  • The maximum size for pet carriers is 19" long x 14" wide x 10.5" high.
  • Carrier may be hard or soft sided but must be leak proof and well ventilated.
  • For safety reasons, pet must be able to sit and lie down comfortably without touching the sides of the carrier.
  • A carrier counts as one piece of carry-on baggage.
Pet Age and Health
  • Pet must be at least eight weeks old.
  • Pets must be odorless and harmless, not disruptive, and require no attention during travel. Amtrak maintains the right to refuse acceptance of or remove from the train any pet exhibiting these issues.
  • Passengers will be required to certify that pet is up to date on all vaccinations and accepts liability for animal.
  • Maximum weight of pet with carrier is 20 pounds.
  • Amtrak will not accept liability for the health and well-being of pets.
  • In the event of an incident, Amtrak will make reasonable efforts to assist passengers with the evacuation of their pets and will seek (but cannot guarantee) pet friendly accommodations, if alternate transportation or sheltering is necessary.

Thank you for traveling with Amtrak. For more information and reservations, call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

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<![CDATA[Silver Star Trains 91 & 92 Sleeping Car Fare and Food Service Test]]> Effective July 1, 2015 - January 31, 2016

Amtrak will test a new service aboard the Silver Star from July 1, 2015, through January 31, 2016, that will allow passengers to pay less to upgrade from coach class to our popular sleeping car accommodations. All meal service for sleeping car and coach passengers will be provided in the Café/Lounge car, where passengers can purchase a selection of hot and cold sandwiches, snacks and other items. The Café/Lounge menu is shown at right and is also available on Amtrak.com. During the test period, traditional dining car service will not be provided.

Amtrak will examine customer reaction and market demand for this experimental service.

Lower Cost Sleeping Car Accommodations

This test will allow passengers to pay less to upgrade from coach class to our popular sleeping car accommodations. Traditionally, Amtrak has bundled the cost of Dining car meals into the charge for the sleeping car accommodations. Under this experiment, these costs will be “un-bundled” to allow passengers to travel the New York-Orlando-Tampa/Miami route in a sleeping car at a lower cost.

Passengers will continue to have the option of choosing traditional dining car service aboard the Silver Meteor (Trains 97 & 98), which operates along much of the Silver Star route. Dining car meals aboard the Silver Meteor are included in the sleeping car upgrade charge.

Sleeping Car Amenities

Passengers with sleeping car accommodations will continue to have complimentary coffee, chilled water and juices, along with meals delivered to their rooms, upon request, turn-down service for their bedrooms and roomettes, private restrooms and access to shower facilities. At stations with ClubAcela, Amtrak Metropolitan Lounge or similar services, sleeping car passengers will also continue to have same-day lounge access and pre-boarding privileges.

Amtrak is launching this initiative to evaluate the operational cost savings and customer satisfaction of operating an overnight train at a lower fare and without a dining car. Amtrak will continue to explore ways to provide food and beverage service at lower cost.

Reservation and train status information is available on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps and at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245). Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

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<![CDATA[Adirondack, Empire Service, Ethan Allen Express, Lake Shore Limited and Maple Leaf Trains: Possible Delays between Hudson and Albany-Rensselaer]]> Effective through December 2015

Significant track and infrastructure improvements will affect trains operating along the Empire Corridor between Schenectady and Poughkeepsie, NY. Trains will continue to operate during construction, but passengers may experience delays of up to 20 minutes when traveling though the work area at the Albany-Rensselaer station. Once this work is completed, train capacity will be increased at our platforms resulting in improved quality and reliability of our service.

For the most up-to-date departure and arrival times, passengers can to sign-up for delay notifications when booking their travel and check the status of their train on Amtrak.com, our free mobile apps or at 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

We appreciate your patronage and apologize for any inconvenience. Amtrak’s Empire Service is committed to providing comfortable, safe and efficient rail passenger service. Thank you for traveling with Amtrak.

Project Information

This work is part of a $163 million joint infrastructure improvement project being conducted in partnership between New York State Department of Transportation and Amtrak designed to improve the quality and reliability of Amtrak's Empire Corridor. The project includes the installation of a fourth track at the Albany-Rensselaer station — the ninth busiest terminal in the Amtrak system. The additional track will alleviate congestion which, in the current configuration, often forces trains to wait just outside the station for a track to open during busy times.

A second main line track between Albany-Rensselaer and Schenectady will also be constructed that will eliminate train delays caused by bottlenecks over the 17-mile single track main line. In addition, a new signal system will be installed that will greatly reduce the likelihood of outages due to weather and keep trains moving safely and at faster speeds, even in inclement weather.

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<![CDATA[Hiawatha Service: Trains Arrive 10 Minutes Later at Chicago and Milwaukee]]> Effective April 2 through May 25, 2015

Track work being performed west of Chicago by Canadian Pacific Railway and Metra will affect Hiawatha Service arrival times at Chicago and Milwaukee, as described below:

  • Trains 331, 333 and 335 Arrival in Milwaukee
    Hiawatha Service Trains 331, 333 and 335 will arrive in Milwaukee 10 minutes later than the current published schedule. Schedules will not change at Chicago, Glenview, Sturtevant and Milwaukee Airport Station.
  • Trains 332, 334 and 336 Arrival in Chicago
    Hiawatha Service Trains 332, 334 and 336 will arrive in Chicago 10 minutes later than current published schedules. Schedules will not change at will Milwaukee, Milwaukee Airport Station, Sturtevant and Glenview.

We appreciate your patronage. For the most up-to-date schedule information, visit Amtrak.com, use our free mobile apps or call 1-800-USA-RAIL (1-800-872-7245).

Thank you for choosing Amtrak.

PSN 0315-88

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