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Amtrak Service Resumes Between Philly, Baltimore

Amtrak says service between Baltimore and Philadelphia has resumed after there were problems near Wilmington, Del.

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An Amtrak train pulls into Newark Penn Station
An Amtrak train pulls into Newark Penn Station (Spencer Platt/Getty Images)
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Northeast Corridor Service Resumes Through Baltimore

Service on the Northeast Corridor service between Baltimore and Washington D.C. following an incident inside the the B&P Tunnel in Baltimore.

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Crowds on the platform of Metro North's Stamford, Connecticut station
Crowds on the platform of Metro North's Stamford, Connecticut station (Twitter)
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Nearly All Acela Service Will Run On Tuesday

Nearly all of Amtrak's Acela Express service will run on Tuesday between New York and Boston.

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Site of blown cable in Mount Vernon, New York
Site of blown cable in Mount Vernon, New York (@KenV42 via Twitter)
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Amtrak To Resume Some Acela Service On Monday

Amtrak will resume some Acelela service on Monday between New York and Boston as a temporary fix to a power problem in New York has proven to work.

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A crowded Metro-North station
A crowded Metro-North station (WABC TV via Facebook)
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Power Outage Continues to Affect Amtrak, Metro North

Broken electrical equipment interrupted rush-hour rail commutes into and out of New York City and snarled rail service as far south as Washington on Wednesday, and the problem could take weeks to repair, a utility said as it sought a power alternative for the trains.

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A crowded Metro-North station
A crowded Metro-North station (WABC TV via Facebook)
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Power Outage Continues To Affect Amtrak, Metro North

A power outage in Connecticut will continue to affect Amtrak and Metro North on Thursday and possibly for up to 3 weeks with delays and cancellations.

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Display of trains at Union Station in Washington, D.C.
Display of trains at Union Station in Washington, D.C. (Twitter)
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Amtrak Restores Service Between Philly and DC

Amtrak service between Philadelphia and Washington DC has been restored following overhead wire damage but many trains are still delayed.

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Flickr user PhillipC
Flickr user PhillipC
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9/11 Anniversary Prompts More Transit Security [AUDIO]

Mass transit officials are on high alert this week as we mark the twelfth anniversary of the September 11, 2001 terror attacks.

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Gateway Project Still in Design Phase

A planned project to increase the number of trains and tracks going to and from New York City is still in the design phase.

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New Jersey Transit Trains
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Suicides by Train on the Rise [AUDIO]

Regardless of all the work done to prevent accidental deaths on railroad tracks, 2013 is shaping up to be one of the deadliest years for suicides by train.

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