Some Amtrak trains running today
Amtrak will operate most Northeast Regional trains between Philadelphia and Washington starting today.
All Amtrak service between Boston and Philadelphia is canceled due to the extensive flooding, debris on tracks, and power issues as a result of Hurricane Irene. In addition, all Acela Express service between Boston and Washington is canceled.
Amtrak crews continue to inspect and make repairs to the infrastructure along the Northeast Corridor.
The following trains with origination dates of Monday, will operate:
Most Northeast Regional trains between Washington and Philadelphia
Northeast Regional train 171 will operate Philadelphia to Lynchburg
Maple Leaf (Washington – Toronto) will operate between Toronto and Niagara Falls only
Capitol Limited Train 29 and 30 (Chicago – Washington)
Piedmont Trains 73, 74, 75, 76 (Charlotte – Raleigh)
Carolinian Trains 79 and 80 will operate between Charlotte and Raleigh only
Silver Star Trains 91 and 92 will operate between Jacksonville and Miami only
The following cancellations have been made for origination dates of today:
Northeast Regional trains between Boston and Philadelphia
Northeast Regional trains between Washington and Newport News
Keystone Service canceled through the morning
Empire Service (New York – Albany)
Maple Leaf (Washington – Toronto) canceled between Washington and Buffalo; trains will operate between Toronto and Niagara Falls
Downeaster (Portland – Boston)
Crescent Trains 19 and 20 (New York – New Orleans)
Pennsylvanian Trains 42 and 43 (Pittsburgh – New York)
Lake Shore Limited Trains 48, 49, 448 and 449 (Chicago – New York)
Auto Train Trains 52 and 53 (Sanford, Fla. – Lorton, Va.)
Carolinian Trains 79 and 80 (New York – Charlotte, N.C.) canceled between New York and Raleigh only; trains will operate between Raleigh and Charlotte
Palmetto Trains 89 and 90 (New York – Savannah)
Silver Star Trains 91 and 92 (New York -Tampa – Miami) canceled between New York and Jacksonville; trains will operate between Jacksonville and Miami
Silver Meteor Trains 97 and 98 (New York – Miami)
Amtrak will continue to provide updates via Amtrak.com, the Customer Contact Centers, Facebook, Twitter and the news media.
Passengers who have paid for travel on canceled trains can contact Amtrak to receive refunds without fee or penalty or can rebook for future travel. If tickets have not yet printed, the refund/rebook can be done on Amtrak.com or the new and free Amtrak iPhone app.
Passengers are encouraged to call 800-USA-RAIL or visit Amtrak.com for schedule information and train status updates.