Summing up a year filled with debates about the future of Amtrak, President and CEO Alan Boyd wrote: “How well we operate, how good our service is, how credible we are with the public—all will serve to measure our success.”
Journey into Spring
As Amtrak and commuter trains cross the Potomac River in the nation’s capital, passengers are treated to the fleeting beauty of the famed cherry blossoms.
Consolidating for Convenience
The West Side Connection produced financial and operational efficiencies for Amtrak and made travel easier for residents of the Northeast.
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As the 1970s came to a close, ridership and revenue hit record highs, work continued to modernize rolling stock, and management underwent a reorganization that proved vital in meeting the challenges ahead.
The Long Bridge is a vital link between the District of Columbia and Virginia for Amtrak trains serving the South—such as the Crescent, Silver Star and Carolinian—as well as for commuter and freight trains.
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In the meantime, learn more about the Exhibit Train’s past stops on our blog.