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Amtrak service returning to normal

Amtrak announced that much of its service in the Northeastern corridor would return to normal after several days of disruptions.

The current plan:

All Acela Express trains will operate normally.

Northeast Regionals

  • Trains 111 and 78 are canceled.
  • Train 83 will operate from Boston to Richmond only.
  • Train 85 will operate from Washington to Richmond only.
  • Trains 86, 84 and 94 are canceled south of Washington.
Other services
  • All Keystone trains will operate normally.
  • All Empire Service train will operate normally.
  • Silver Service trains 92, 97 and 98 (Miami to New York) will operate normally.
  • Carolinian trains 79 and 80 will operate normally between New York and Charlotte.
  • Capitol Limited train 30 will operate normally between Chicago and New York.
  • Capitol Limited: Train 29 (Washington, D.C. - Chicago);
  • Auto Train: Trains 52 and 53 (Lorton, Va. - Sanford, Fla.);
  • Palmetto: Trains 89 and 90 (New York - Savannah).

Full service on these trains is expected to resume Saturday.

Visit Amtrak's Web site for more information, or call 800-872-7245.

By Michael Bolden  |  February 11, 2010; 6:43 PM ET
Categories:  Advisories , Weather  | Tags: Amtrak  
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Anybody know if MD commuter bus lines are running Friday?

Posted by: psubman | February 11, 2010 7:31 PM | Report abuse

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