Source: Travel News
The Manhattan skyline stands past the Portal Bridge on Amtrak’s northeast corridor, the busiest train route in the U.S. The passenger rail monopoly Amtrak is spending billions on new stations and faster tracks, but it will be in vain if the Hudson tunnel or rail bridges connecting New Jersey with New York and Connecticut falter. Andrew Harrer / Bloomberg
Skift Take: Amtrak is spending billions on new stations and faster tracks along the Northeast U.S. corridor, the nation's busiest train route. But the railway operator's work will be useless if any of the tunnels or rail bridges connecting New York with New Jersey and Connecticut falter.
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