Delaware fits well into Amtrak's upgrade plans

(Source: The News Journal, August 16, 2012)

WILMINGTON, Del. — Amtrak’s plans for a sleek high-speed rail system along the Northeast Corridor don’t include stops in Delaware by the fleet’s fastest trains. Wilmington would likely serve as a hub for slower, high-speed intercity service and regional commuter rail, according to Amtrak’s revised plans for a $151 billion, high-speed network between Boston and Washington, D.C.

Full story: The News Journal

Thursday, August 16, 2012

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