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Amtrak aging infrastructure The Manhattan skyline stands past the Portal Bridge above the Hackensack River on Amtrak’s northeast corridor line near Newark, New Jersey, on Friday, Jan. 11, 2019. Amtrak is spending billions on much-needed improvements including decades-overdue renovations of train stations in New York City and Washington, D.C. that will ease crowding and confusion for millions of passengers. Elsewhere along Amtraks Northeast Corridor, riders can count on fewer power failures, more parking and retail and improved disabled access. (Photo: Andrew Harrer/Bloomberg)

Along Amtrak’s Northeast Corridor, roughly $3.4 billion in improvements are underway to bring faster, more reliable service to the busiest rail route in the U.S. Yet the region’s biggest and most important infrastructure project remains unfunded, a failure that threatens service to 820,000 regional and commuter passengers each workday.

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