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Posted at 6:27 PM ET, 12/28/2010

Amtrak to resume normal service

By Washington Post Editors

acelasnow.jpgAn Acela train at Princeton Junction station in New Jersey Tuesday.
(Mel Evans/Associated Press)

6:23 p.m. Update: Amtrak plans to resume normal service on its Northeast Corridor route between Boston, New York and Washington on Wednesday. However, the rail agency warned that there may continue to be delays as the region recovers from the snowstorm.

Original post: Amtrak is still recovering from the snowstorm. Some equipment was snowbound, leading to cancellations and delays.

The rail agency has made the following changes to service for Tuesday:

-- Train 2190, between Boston and New York is canceled.

Between New York and Washington:
-- Train 110 is canceled with no alternate.
-- Train 180 is canceled with no alternate.
-- Train 151 is canceled with no alternate.
-- Train 181 is canceled with no alternate.

Elsewhere, Amtrak's Empire Corridor service will operate normally with the exception of trains 230 and 234, which are canceled between New York and Albany with no alternate.

Train 91 (28) will originate in Washington with alternate rail transportation provided for passengers scheduled to board between New York and Washington.

By Washington Post Editors  | December 28, 2010; 6:27 PM ET
Categories:  Amtrak  
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