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Amtrak and NJ Transit continue partnership with $31 million Northeast Corridor infrastructure investment

(Source: Amtrak and NJ Transit press release, May 14, 2019)

NEW YORK — Amtrak and NJ Transit today announced a joint $31 million investment to improve railroad infrastructure along the Northeast Corridor (NEC) in New Jersey and to conduct renewal work throughout spring and summer 2019 as part of their ongoing partnership. The work, which will lead to improved conditions for travelers, will be conducted throughout the state from the north end with projects at Newark Penn Station and Portal Bridge to the southern portion of the state with projects in Trenton. This extensive work and significant financial investment serve as the latest example of the cooperative relationship between NJ Transit and Amtrak to enhance the customer experience for both commuter and intercity rail customers.

Full story: www.amtrak.com

Wednesday, May 15, 2019

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