PHILADELPHIA (CBS) — Amtrak says it’s continuing a modified schedule in the mid-Atlantic region with most of its services operating between 80-100% of normal levels following this weekend’s winter storm.
Most Acela Express, Northeast Regional and other services between Boston and Washington D.C., will operate, with full restoration of Keystone Service between Harrisburg, Pa., and New York, modified Northeast Regional service between Washington and points in Virginia, including Lynchburg, Norfolk and Newport News. A few other Amtrak services are canceled or truncated, including:
• Capitol Limited (Washington, D.C. – Chicago), Trains 29 & 30 will operate only between Chicago and Pittsburgh on Jan. 26
• Carolinian (Charlotte, N.C. – New York), Trains 79 & 80, will operate between Charlotte and Raleigh, N.C., with other sections of Trains 79 & 80 operating between New York and Washington on Jan. 26
• Palmetto (New York – Savannah, Ga.), Trains 89 & 90, will operate only between New York and Washington on Jan. 26
• Silver Star (New York – Miami), Trains 91 & 92, will operate only between Miami and Jacksonville on Jan. 26
As soon as possible this Tuesday, Amtrak says it will determine plans for Wednesday, Jan. 27, for the Northeast Corridor (Boston-New York-Washington).
Changes to schedules or announcements about services are posted on Amtrak.com/Alerts.
Passengers should allow extra time to get to the station and be extremely careful with possible slippery conditions in stations, on platforms and in the doorways of train. The top priority at Amtrak is the safety of our passengers, employees and the traveling public.