The whole thread is pure gold
Looks like Amtrack is going to reroute it's trains to the same destination as PRR and Erie Lackawana went.... "Bankruptcy Station".
Edit: For those that don't understand why I stated "Bankruptcy Station", there are Metro North, NJ Transit, SEPTA, MBTA, CTDOT Shore Line East, and MARC, that run right next to Amtrak tracks and cost much less for commuters. I do not think there are many people that commute from Boston to NYC or other places on the Northeast Corridor daily at long distances.Looks like Amtrack is going to reroute it's trains to the same destination as PRR and Erie Lackawana went.... "Bankruptcy Station".
Amtrak shuts down all long distance services, and only normal commuter services will remain operational during the RR strike.
Amtrak has canceled all long-distance trains nationwide starting Thursday, as it prepares for a possible freight-rail strike that would impact its service.www.nbcnewyork.com