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Private Car Owner Defends Amtrak Policy Changes

In the wake of recent Amtrak policy changes that all but banned special and charter movements and a policy review pertaining to the carriage of private rail cars, reports have surfaced that bad behavior by private rail car owners is one underlying issue motivating Amtrak. 814 more words

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Amtrak, W.Va. Officials to Talk about New River Train

Amtrak executives will meet today with public officials from West Virginia to discuss the future of the New River Train, which operates annually in the fall between Huntington and Hinton. 186 more words

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Amtrak, W.Va. Officials to Talk About New River Train

Amtrak executives will meet on Tuesday with public officials from West Virginia to discuss the future of the New River Train, which operates annually in the fall between Huntington and Hinton. 183 more words

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New River Train Will Still Run

West Virginia public officials say that Amtrak has committed to operating the New River Train this fall despite a recent policy change that banned such special moves. 206 more words

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Amtrak Wants to Replace Amfleet, P42s

Say goodbye to Amtrak Genesis locomotives and Amfleet equipment. Well, maybe some day.

Amtrak CEO Richard Anderson told Amtrak employees this week that the passenger carrier hopes to award a contract by the end of this year to replace its fleet of P42DC locomotives and its Amfleet passenger cars. 288 more words

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The Sky is Falling, The Sky is Falling. Well, Maybe Not

The sky is falling, the sky is falling.

Or so some railroad enthusiasts would have you believe in the wake of a report that Amtrak has decided to ban charters and special moves. 1,075 more words

Amtrak

They Sky is Falling, The Sky is Falling. Well, Maybe Not

The sky is falling, the sky is falling.

Or so some railroad enthusiasts would have you believe in the wake of a report that Amtrak has decided to ban charters and special moves. 1,075 more words

Amtrak