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Amtrak to Upgrade High Speed Train Service

Updated September 7, 2016
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With the recent announcement from Delaware’s own Joe Biden. Amtrak will use the $2.45 billion dollar loan from the Department of Transportation, to upgrade railroad tracks and rehab four stations, including Wilmington. Amtrak will also seriously update its “high-speed” Acela service. Shortening travel times along the Northeast Corridor from D.C. to Boston

Read the full article at: www.wired.com

Featured image: “Wilmington, Amtrak Stop” by Eden, Janine and Jim is licensed under CC BY 2.0 No changes were made.

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