Amtrak restores Northeast Corridor service

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After two days of significant disruptions caused by the latest in a series of winter storms, Amtrak will restore service to normal levels today (Friday) on the Northeast Corridor.

The lone exception is the cancellation of Northeast Regional train 111, a New York-Washington train which was scheduled to depart Penn Station at 5:30 a.m. today.

Since March 3, Amtrak service on the Northeast Corridor has been shut down or severely curtailed on four occasions because of major storms.

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