Amtrak service restored on Northeast Corridor

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Amtrak is promising a return to near-normal service levels today (Sunday, March 4) along the Northeast Corridor following service disruptions that began Friday because of a major winter storm.

In a Saturday evening statement, the passenger service said “nearly all scheduled Amtrak Northeast Corridor service between Boston and Washington, D.C., is scheduled to operate. ... Full Acela Express service will be provided, all scheduled Northeast Regional originations at New York City and Washington, D.C., will operate and full Keystone Service to and from Harrisburg, Penn., is planned.”

Amtrak’s Auto Train was also planning to resume operation between Lorton, Va., and Sanford, Fla., with Sunday departures in both directions.

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