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    Southwest Chief Train Service Will Continue

    Amtrak provided its clearest statement yet that train service will continue on Positive Train Control-exempt routes in 2019, contradicting earlier reporting by Trains that the Amtrak Board was requiring PTC on those lines.

  • 2018 Advocacy Toolkit

    Follow-Up With Your Member of Congress NOW!

  • Rail Passengers’ CEO Urges More and Better Trains

    Jim Mathews Calls On Amtrak To Adopt A Customer-Centric Approach To Passenger Rail

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    Rail Passengers’ President & CEO Jim Mathews Defends Rail in CATO Institute Debate; One Week Until RailNation Miami; Amtrak Employees Protest At NYC Penn Station; Hurricane Michael Disrupts Florida Service; MTA Launches Transit Tech Lab; Brightline Finalizes Bids for Miami-Orlando

  • Hotline #1,087

    Southwest Chief To Remain Intact; Amtrak IG Issues New Challenges; Amtrak’s Stephen Gardner To Speak At RailNation Miami; “More MARTA” Plan Approved; Tampa Mayor Supports Brightline Service; GAO: Passenger Railroads Lag in PTC Testing

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